Projects

Arnold E. Fallon Apartments Martin Luther King Apartments
Catherine M. Sweeney Apartments Grand Street Apartments
Conway Court Apartments Griswold Heights Apartments
Corliss Park Apartments John P. Taylor Apartments Buildings 1 & 2
Edward A. Kane Apartments John P. Taylor Apartments Buildings 3 & 4
Margaret W. Phelan Apartments

 


Arnold E. Fallon Apartments

Arnold E. Fallon Apartments is the one family development of the Troy Housing Authority located in the North Central district of the City of Troy. The site consists of 40 townhome style apartments, a recently constructed community learning center and a maintenance garage. The apartments consist of 4 four-bedrooms, 30 three-bedrooms, 0 two-bedrooms and 6 one-bedrooms. The site is at the midpoint point of a major Capital District Transportation Authority bus route that runs from the northern to southern ends of the City of Troy. The site has an active Tenant Association, a Neighborhood Network Community Lab and also serves as a Weed & Seed Safe Haven Site for the City of Troy. In conjunction with the building of the community learning center the site received extensive building and grounds renovations and is among the most well maintained areas of the distressed North Central community. The recent and on-going physical improvements consist of painting, brick and block repair totaling approximately $50,000 as well as those listed in our 5 Year Capital Fund Plan.

Long Term Vision For Property: Retain as Public Housing

Strategies: Continue to address physical needs, support Tenant Association and work with the City of Troy, civic groups and community leaders to address issues in the surrounding community. This family development with a large community center and Weed & Seed Safe Haven Site serves as a beacon of hope for a distressed part of the City of Troy. There is also good public transportation for working families and others striving for self-sufficiency.


Catherine M. Sweeney Apartments

Catherine M. Sweeney Apartments is the smallest family development of the Troy Housing Authority. The site consists of 24 townhome style apartments and a maintenance garage area. There is presently no community space and residents are invited to participate at programs and events at other locations (primarily Phelan Court). The apartments consist of 4 four-bedrooms, 30 three-bedrooms, 0 two-bedrooms and 6 one-bedrooms. The site is at the midpoint point of a major Capital District Transportation Authority bus route that runs from the northern to southern ends of the City of Troy. The site presently has no Tenant Association. The site recently underwent extensive building and grounds renovations and received a Beautification Award from the Rensselaer County Chamber of Commerce. The recent and on-going physical improvements include roof repair/replacement and exterior painting, brick & block repair as well as those listed in our 5 Year Capital Fund Plan.

Long Term Vision For Property: Retain as Public Housing

Strategies: Continue to address physical needs and assist in the development of a Tenant Association. This small family development blends in nicely with the surrounding community and the recent renovations have caused it to be recognized as a quality housing choice for low-income families. There is also good public transportation for working families and others striving for self-sufficiency.


Conway Court Apartments

Conway Court Apartments is a senior housing building of the Troy Housing Authority located in the Sycaway (East) section of the City of Troy. The site consists of 41 apartments in a mid-rise building with elevator access, expansive grounds and a parking lot. The apartments consist of 1 two-bedrooms and 40 one-bedrooms. The ground floor includes a Community Room, Exercise Room, Laundry, Maintenance Area and Offices. The site is less than one block from a major Capital District Transportation Authority bus route. The site is just (re)organizing a Tenant Association and has support from Social Work Interns. The recent and on-going physical improvements include replacing interior carpets, replacing kitchen cabinets, exterior painting, brick & block repair as well as those listed in our 5 Year Capital Fund Plan.

Long Term Vision For Property: Retain as Public Housing

Strategies: Continue to address physical needs and facilitate the development of a Tenant Association. This senior development remains a preferred housing option for low-income seniors, primarily from Sycaway, despite several additional senior housing options that opened.


Corliss Park Apartments

Corliss Park Apartments is the only one family development of the Troy Housing Authority located in the Lansingburgh School District.  The site consists of 184 townhome style apartments, a recently expanded community learning center and a maintenance facility.  The apartments consist of 38 four-bedrooms, 36 three-bedrooms, 106 two-bedrooms and 4 one-bedrooms.  The site is at the terminus point for a major Capital District Transportation Authority bus route that runs from the northern to southern ends of the City of Troy.  The site has a very active Tenant Association and a Neighborhood Network Community Lab.  The recent and on-going physical improvements include roof repair/replacement, drain trap upgrades, interior doors & hardware, brick & block repair as well as those listed in our 5 Year Capital Fund Plan.

Long Term Vision For Property: Retain as Public Housing

Strategies: Continue to address physical needs and support Tenant Association.  This family development is in a unique location (distinct school district within the City of Troy) and has good public transportation for working families and others striving for self-sufficiency.


Edward A. Kane Apartments

Edward A. Kane Apartments is a senior housing building of the Troy Housing Authority located in the Lansingburgh (North) section of the City of Troy. The site consists of 60 apartments in a mid-rise building with elevator access, expansive grounds and a parking lot. The apartments consist of 1 two-bedrooms and 59 one-bedrooms. The ground floor includes a Community Room, Library with Internet Access, Laundry, Maintenance Area and Offices for the Inspectors. The site is at the midpoint point of a major Capital District Transportation Authority bus route that runs from the northern to southern ends of the City of Troy. The site has a very active Tenant Association and support from Social Work Interns. The recent and on-going physical improvements include replacing kitchen cabinets & closet doors, replacing interior carpets, exterior painting, brick & block repair as well as those listed in our 5 Year Capital Fund Plan.

Long Term Vision For Property: Retain as Public Housing

Strategies: Continue to address physical needs and support Tenant Association. This senior development remains a preferred housing option for low-income seniors, primarily from the Lansingburgh area, despite several additional senior housing options that opened in this area.


Margaret W. Phelan Apartments

Margaret W. Phelan Apartments is a family development of the Troy Housing Authority.  The site consists of 89 townhome style apartments, a community center and a maintenance garage.  The apartments consist of 10 four-bedrooms, 26 three-bedrooms, 17 two-bedrooms and 36 one-bedrooms.  While the site is several hilly blocks from a major Capital District Transportation Authority bus route it is located on a picturesque hill just a few blocks from a large City of Troy recreation facility (Geer Field).  The site just (re)organizing a Tenant Association.  The recent and on-going physical improvements include roof repair/replacement, retaining wall repair, brick & block repair as well as those listed in our 5 Year Capital Fund Plan.

Long Term Vision For Property: Retain as Public Housing

Strategies: Continue to address physical needs and assist in the development of a Tenant Association.  This family development is in an almost rural setting desirable for working families and others with good personal transportation striving for self-sufficiency who have an interest in living in a country-like setting.


Martin Luther King Apartments

Martin Luther King Apartments is a family development of the Troy Housing Authority consisting mainly of apartments for larger families.  The site consists of 124 townhome style apartments and the former Eddy Family Mansion which provides offices for Troy Housing Authority administration, community space for tenants and a maintenance garage.  The apartments consist of 14 five-bedrooms, 14 four-bedrooms, 80 three-bedrooms, 2 two-bedrooms and 14 one-bedrooms.  While the site is several hilly blocks from a major Capital District Transportation Authority bus route it is located on a picturesque hill.  The site has a very active Tenant Association and a Neighborhood Network Community Lab.  The recent and on-going physical improvements include grounds improvements, roof repair/replacement, exterior painting, brick & block repair as well as those listed in our 5 Year Capital Fund Plan.

Long Term Vision For Property: Retain as Public Housing

Strategies: Continue to address physical needs and support Tenant Association to include considering arrangements to provide them with greater space.  This family development has many larger apartment well suited for larger families and others with good personal transportation striving for self-sufficiency.


Grand Street Apartments

Grand Street Apartments is a family development of the Troy Housing Authority located in the downtown business district.  The site is unique because it consists of historic buildings that were renovated to become public housing.  The site consists of 42 townhome style apartments, a maintenance area and parking lot.  The apartments consist of 2 three-bedrooms, 14 two-bedrooms and 23 one-bedrooms and 3 studios.  The site is two short blocks from the hub of the  Capital District Transportation Authority Troy bus routes.  The site has no Tenant Association but serves as the host site for REACT, Inc. the City-wide Tenant Organization and Food Pantry.

Extensive renovations at this site are nearly complete.  The remaining physical improvement plans minimal and consist of exterior façade restoration as well as those listed in our 5 Year Capital Fund Plan.

Long Term Vision For Property: Retain as Public Housing

Strategies: Continue to address physical needs and assist in the establishment of a Tenant Association.  This family development is unique because it consists of historic buildings that were renovated to become public housing. There is also good public transportation for working families and others striving for self-sufficiency and is within walking distance to Troy’s historic downtown.


Griswold Heights Apartments

Griswold Heights Apartments is the largest family development of the Troy Housing Authority.  The site consists of 390 townhome style apartments, a recently constructed community learning center, two maintenance garages and a maintenance office area all located in a park-like picturesque setting with expansive grounds.  The apartments consist of 5 five-bedrooms, 30 four-bedrooms, 69 three-bedrooms, 286 two-bedrooms and o one-bedrooms.  The site is at the endpoint point of a major Capital District Transportation Authority bus route that runs from the northern to southern ends of the City of Troy.  The site has an active Tenant Association, a Neighborhood Network Community Lab, a Cub Scout Troop and may soon have a Boy Scout Troop.   The recent and on-going physical improvements are minimal and consist of roof repair/replacement along with a gutter/drainage system, masonry work, brick and block repair, exterior railings and shutters and interior ceiling repair/replacement & painting as well as those listed in our 5 Year Capital Fund Plan.

Long Term Vision For Property: Retain as Public Housing

Strategies: Continue to address physical needs and assist in the establishment of a Tenant Association.  This family development has a large community center that is regularly utilized by residents and the surrounding community.  There is also good public transportation for working families and others striving for self-sufficiency.


John P. Taylor Apartments Buildings 1 & 2

John P. Taylor Apartments Buildings 1 & 2 are two high-rise family buildings of the Troy Housing Authority located in the downtown area of the City of Troy that are presently vacant and awaiting renovation or replacement.  The buildings are distressed and most impacted by a bridge ramp that was constructed in front of their front entrances long after they were originally built.  The site is less than one block from a major Capital District Transportation Authority bus route that runs from the northern to southern ends of the City of Troy and is located in Troy’s downtown.  Ideally, the Troy Housing Authority would like to replace these units with newly constructed senior citizen apartments.  Presently we are working with the City of Troy on potential plans to revitalize a large non-utilized former factory in an area of the City of Troy that is being revitalized.  The cramped setting of these apartments does not allow for demolition and full reconstruction at this site. The physical improvement plan consists entirely of replacement of these units with senior housing (our most needed commodity).  The Troy Housing Authority has funds for demolition.  It is anticipated that these funds will be augmented with funds from other sources for new units (e.g. Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Historic Tax Credits, etc.).

Long Term Vision For Property: Retain the units as Public Housing but replace or renovate.

Strategies: The Troy Housing Authority is working with the City of Troy and will solicit potential financiers (development partners) to develop a plans to replace these units with senior housing.


John P. Taylor Apartments Buildings 3 & 4

John P. Taylor Apartments Buildings 3 & 4 is the only operating high-rise family development of the Troy Housing Authority located in the downtown area of the City of Troy. The site consists of 136 apartments in two nine-story buildings with elevator access. Tenant Relations, Rent Collection and Maintenance Offices of the Troy Housing Authority occupy the first floor of Building 4 and the Public Safety Office is located in Building 3. The Maintenance Department Central Warehouse is located on this site in a separate building. The apartments in Building 3 consist of 0 four-bedrooms, 9 three-bedrooms, 44 two-bedrooms and 8 one-bedrooms and the apartments in Building 4 consist of 0 four-bedrooms, 0 three-bedrooms, 64 two-bedrooms and 0 one-bedrooms. The site is less than one block from a major Capital District Transportation Authority bus route that runs from the northern to southern ends of the City of Troy. Being located in downtown, the site is appealing to working families who can walk to businesses located in the downtown business district. The site has an active Tenant Association that currently provides services in a vacant one-bedroom apartment. Building 4 was completely renovated in 1995 and Building 3 was completely renovated in 2006 so the physical improvement needs are minimal. The recent and on-going physical improvements consist of roof repair to Taylor 4 as well as those listed in our 5 Year Capital Fund Plan.

Long Term Vision For Property: Retain as Public Housing

Strategies: Continue to address physical needs and support Tenant Association to include considering arrangements to provide them with greater space. This family development is in a the downtown business district of the City of Troy, has good public transportation and is within walking distance to several businesses making it well suited for working families and others striving for self-sufficiency.

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