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Low-Income Housing With High Hopes

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With it’s stately exterior, well-lit hallways and backyard sculpture garden, Morris Manor easily could be mistaken for a new luxury condominium. But the 46-unit apartment building in Flatbush represents the latest strides in low-income housing.

Operated by CAMBA and designed by Harden + Van Arnam Architects, the goal of Morris Manor is to combine comfortable surrounding and social services for its formerly homeless tenants.

  • Roxanne Defour

    I’ve been a single mother for quite a while and my income is little to nothing, and i really would like -help finding a nice safe inviroment and apartment for me and my daughter, please..hope you reply with some info on how i can apply for an apt here thank u

  • http://www.camba.org Pier

    Hi Roxanne,

    My apologies for the delayed response, but if you are still interested in receiving help, please contact CAMBA by email, info@camba.org or CAMBA Housing Ventures by phone, 718-462-8654.

    Kind regards,

    Pier Imbriano

  • http://newconstructionmanhattan.com/ new york apartment guide

    I think, it’s very nice building. Good proposal if you have low income.

  • Maria Frias

    Hello

    I am just coming across this article now
    anyway I work for the city, but my income
    is not what the city makes it out to be
    so I am homeless and in need of a 3
    bedroom apartment that is income based
    by city standards I make too much money
    I am over the poverty line, but my take
    home pay tells a different story, so with
    that said maybe you can help me in some
    way………..thank you