What We Do
Established in 1949 during President Harry S. Truman’s administration, the Hoboken Housing Authority is the largest provider of very low and low income housing in Hoboken.
The HHA manages 1,353 units of public housing in 28 properties at six locations across the city. The main campus of the HHA is 17 acres and contains 806 public housing units. It is home to Andrew Jackson Gardens, multi-family housing constructed in 1952. This group of 11 three-story garden apartments and eight seven-story high-rises is home to 598 families. The main campus also features Harrison Gardens, multi-family housing constructed in 1952 and comprised of four 10-story H-plan high-rise buildings with a total of 208 apartments.
Assisted Housing (Section 8 Program)
The housing choice voucher program is the federal government's major program for assisting very low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled to afford decent, safe, and sanitary housing in the private market. Since housing assistance is provided on behalf of the family or individual, participants are able to find their own housing, including single-family homes, townhouses and apartments. The Hoboken Housing Authority section 8 program provides housing opportunities toover125 families in the city of Hoboken. The section 8 program is another tool for HHA to meet the growing needs of our local communities.
The Rental Assistance Demonstration Program (RAD) was created by the US department of housing and urban development to provide public housing agencies access to stable funding sources for the purpose of stabilizing, rehab and property improvement. over the next few months, The Hoboken Housin Authority Will be investing over $2.5 million add FoxHill gardens senior/disable residence. The improvements will focus on water conservation, efficient and cost saving lighting, kitchen and cabinet upgrades and other physical improvements. HHA Will expand the RAD Program to other Housing properties over the bext few years, This program will ensure the future of public housing in our community.
Public and Assisted
Housing in Hoboken
ARTICLE I – THE AUTHORITY
ARTICLE II – BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
ARTICLE II – OFFICERS
ARTICLE III – MEETINGS
ARTICLE IV – NOTICES
ARTICLE V – ETHICS
ARTICLE VI – AMENDMENTS