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.

4 Responses to “Low-Income Housing With High Hopes”

  1. Comment by 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

  2. Comment by Pier

    Hi Roxanne,

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

    Kind regards,

    Pier Imbriano

  3. Comment by new york apartment guide

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

  4. Comment by Maria Frias


    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

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