Who We Serve

Since 1989, NHPF has provided service-enriched housing for thousands of low and moderate income Americans.

Today, our portfolio includes 61 properties providing 10,354 affordable housing units in 16 states and the District of Columbia. Throughout all these NHPF communities, we are committed to serving families with children, adults, and seniors.

NHPF is committed to so much more than the “bricks and mortar” of affordable housing. The work we do doesn’t just put roofs over people’s heads—it builds communities and strives towards a more equitable and inclusive society.

How does this manifest itself in affordable housing? We are working to ensure that racial equity, social justice and resident services are just as solidly built into today’s affordable housing as sound design, plumbing and electrical.

Based on NHPF-commissioned research and other sources, we are acutely aware of new populations who are rapidly changing the current face of affordable housing. Post-Pandemic, the US faces an influx of Baby Boomers, often underprepared for retirement, who are leaving the workforce in numbers as high as 10,000 per day and find themselves in need of affordable housing, often for the first time in their lives.

They are joined by many families who find themselves “one paycheck away from homelessness,” stymied by college debt and fewer job opportunities. Along with the current uptick of “underemployed,” they too may enter the affordable housing market for the first time.

The requirements of these renters will vary vastly from those of the current population. It is up to housing providers like NHPF to assess and provide critical services, as well as sought-after amenities that will meet ever-changing needs.

Specifically, developers can view the built environment as a catalyst for fighting social and racial injustice. Looking forward, this approach could include providing additional resources, such as a local grocery store, school, or medical facility, to improve resident quality of life. In many instances, this requires a strong partnership and a strategic and unique financing structure that supports both residential and commercial uses.

Headquartered in New York City with offices in Washington, DC, and Chicago, IL, The NHP Foundation (NHPF) was launched on January 30, 1989, as a publicly supported 501(c)(3) not-for-profit real estate corporation. NHPF is dedicated to preserving and creating sustainable, service-enriched multifamily housing, and single-family homes that are both affordable to low and moderate income families and seniors, and beneficial to their communities. NHPF’s Construction Management Group provides in-house resources dedicated to infrastructure review, infrastructure development and costs management. Through Family-Centered Coaching, NHPF’s subsidiary Operation Pathways engages with, and assists, families experiencing poverty and other hardship, to problem-solve together. Through partnerships with major financial institutions, the public sector, faith-based initiatives, and other not-for-profit organizations, NHPF has 61 properties, including over 10,000 units, in 16 states and the District of Columbia.


Please click on a state for a list of NHPF properties located in that state.

CONNECTICUT

Stamford Bayview Towers 200 units

CONNECTICUT

Waterbury
Exchange Place Tower Apartments
150 units

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington
17 Mississippi Apartments
41 units

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington Anacostia Gardens 100 units

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington Benning Heights 148 units

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington Columbia Heights Village Apartments 406 units

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington Parkchester 94 units

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington
Ridgecrest Village Apartments
272 units

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington
The Strand Residences
86 units

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington
Takoma Place Apartments
105 units

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington The Roundtree Residences 91 units

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington
Woodmont Crossing Apartments
176 units

FLORIDA

Sebastian
Pelican Isles
150 units

FLORIDA

Boynton Beach
Clipper Cove
384 units

FLORIDA

Florida City
Redland Arms
66 units

FLORIDA

Cutler Bay
Sunset Bay Apartments
308 units

Georgia

Augusta
Maxwell House Apartments
212 units

ILLINOIS

Chicago Edwin Berry Manor Apartments 57 units

ILLINOIS

Chicago
Harvest Homes Apartments
36 units

ILLINOIS

Chicago The Covent Apartments 64 units

ILLINOIS

Chicago The Mark Twain 148 units

LOUISIANA

New Orleans Forest Park 284 units

LOUISIANA

New Orleans Walnut Square 209 units

MARYLAND

Baltimore
Hollander Ridge
94 units

MARYLAND

Frederick Overlook Manor Townhouses 63 units

MARYLAND

Baltimore
Barclay Greenmount
139 units

MARYLAND

Hagerstown Alexander House 95 units

MARYLAND

Baltimore Bolton North 209 units

MARYLAND

Cambridge Calvin Mowbray Park & Stephen Camper Park 190 units

MARYLAND

Princess Anne The Residences at Pine Knoll 120 units

MASSACHUSETTS

Boston
Blue Mountain Apartments
217 units

MASSACHUSETTS

Fall River Ships’ Cove 201 units

MISSOURI

Kansas City
Cardinal Ridge Apartments
160 units

MISSOURI

St. Louis St. Luke’s Plaza 216 units

NEW JERSEY

Newark Irvine Turner Apartments 93 units

NEW JERSEY

Newark Center City Apartments 49 units

NEW JERSEY

Glassboro Hollybush Gardens 252 units

NEW JERSEY

Orange Washington Dodd Apartments 300 units

NEW YORK

New York
Ennis Francis Apartments
220 units

NEW YORK

New York Plaza Borinquen Apartments 88 units

NEW YORK

New York
Shore Hill Housing
558 units

NORTH CAROLINA

Wilmington
Village at Greenfield Apartments
429 units

NORTH CAROLINA

Charlotte The LaSalle at Lincoln Heights 60 units

NORTH CAROLINA

Pineville Pines at Carolina Place 200 units

PENNSYLVANIA

Levittown Foxwood Manor 304 units

TENNESSEE

Memphis
Eagles Landing
96 units

TEXAS

Houston
RoseMary’s Place Apartments
149

TEXAS

Houston
Temenos Place Apartments
95 units

TEXAS

Houston
The Citadel Apartments
74 units

TEXAS

Houston
Pepper Tree Manor
250 units

TEXAS

Houston Cleme Manor 284 units

Virginia

Newport News
Admiral Pointe
208 units

Virginia

Falls Church
Hollybrook II
98 units

Virginia

Falls Church
Hollybrook III
50 units

Virginia

Norfolk
Berkley Square
64 units

Virginia

Falls Church Winter Hill Apartments 83 units
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