Subsidized Housing Search Resources
The Mitchell-Lama Housing program provides affordable rental and cooperative housing to moderate- and middle-income families.
HCR builds and preserves homes and communities for low and moderate income New York state residents, promoting affordable housing and community renewal efforts.
DFTA maintains borough-based guides to alternatives in senior housing.
HPD promotes quality housing and diverse, thriving neighborhoods for New Yorkers through loan and development programs for new affordable housing, preservation of the affordability of existing housing stock, enforcement of housing quality standards, and educational programs for tenants and building owners.
On this site you can search and select affordable housing, enter and update your household information and apply for housing.
HDC seeks to increase the supply of multi-family housing, stimulate economic growth and revitalize neighborhoods by financing the creation and preservation of affordable housing for low-, moderate- and middle-income New Yorkers.
This neighborhood housing and preservation organization on the Lower East Side is dedicated to tenants’ rights, homelessness prevention, economic development and community revitalization.
Legal non-for-profit organization that seeks to preserve safe, secure and affordable housing on the West Side
City-wide tenants’ rights membership organization that advocates and actively fights for tenants and tenants’ rights
This statewide organization fights for tenants’ rights and affordable housing and helps to develop new tenant associations and strengthen those that already exist.
This independent, member-run organization mobilizes residents to take charge of planning their community, and advocates for a diverse, affordable, livable neighborhood that preserves the mixed-income character of today’s West Side.
Existing Housing for Artists and Entertainers
Housing with 139 units, 70 percent dedicated to artist housing and the balance for residents of the local community board and seniors.
Housing with 89 units of affordable live-work housing for artists and their families, gallery space, and space for arts and cultural organizations.
Housing with 1,689 units, 70 percent occupied by performing artists with the balance occupied by community elderly and community residents living in subsidized housing. No open wait list.
Housing for artists and entertainers, featuring 384 live-work units. No open wait list.