Developments / Apartments

Buckley Apartments (State Elderly/Disabled)

667-2-Buckley  

Year Built:1972
Street Address: 14 Bloomingdale Street
Development Number 667-2
Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Units: 210
Number of Stories: 8

The Buckley Apartments, 667-2, is an eight-story, brick masonry construction high-rise state-aided elderly/disabled development with two elevators, a large community room and 210 units; all one-bedroom apartments.

The complex was built in 1972 as housing for the elderly.

Fitzpatrick Apartments (State Family)

200-1-Fitzpatrick  

Year Built:1949
Street Addresses: Burma, Normandy, Saipan Roads, Exeter Street & Revere Beach Pkwy
Development Number: 200-1
Number of Buildings: 12
Number of Units: 70
Number of Stories: 2

The Fitzpatrick Apartments, 200-1 is a two-story, townhouse style, wood frame stateĀ­ aided family development with 42 two-bedroom apartments and 28 three-bedroom apartments totaling 70 units.

The complex was built in 1949 as housing for returning veterans.

Innes Apartments (State Family)

200-3-Innes  

Year Built:1950
Street Address: Central Avenue and Watts and Willow Street
Development Number: 200-3
Number of Buildings: 8
Number of Units: 96
Number of Stories: 3

The Innes Apartments, 200-3, is a three-story, masonry construction state-aided family development with 42 two-bedroom apartments, 48 three-bedroom apartments, and 6 four-bedroom apartments, totaling 96 units.

The complex was built in 1950 as housing for returning veterans.

A playground is being constructed at the Innes Development to serve the residents.

Mace Apartments (Federal Family)

16-2-Mace  

Year Built: 1952
Street Address: Clinton Court, Mill Court and Crescent Avenue
Development Number: 16-2
Number of Buildings: 4
Number of Units: 96
Number of Stories: 3

The Mace Apartments, 16-2, is a three-story, masonry construction federally-aided family development with 23 one-bedroom apartments, 33 two-bedroom apartments, 25 three-bedroom apartments, and 15 four-bedroom apartments totaling 95 units.

The complex was built in 1952 as housing for returning veterans.

A playground with water features and two play areas serves the residents at Mace.

Margolis Apartments (Federal Elderly/Disabled)

16-4-Margolis  

Year Built:1976
Street Address: 260 Clark Avenue
Development Number: 16-4
Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Units: 152
Number of Stories: 13

The Margolis Apartments, 16-4, is a thirteen-story, brick masonry construction high-rise federally-aided elderly/disabled development with two elevators, a large community room, 143 one-bedroom apartments, & 8 two-bedroom apartments, totaling 151 units.

The high-rise was built in 1976 as housing for the elderly.

Prattville Apartments (State Family)

200-2-Prattville  

Year Built: 1950
Street Address: Burma and Guam Roads, and Exeter Street
Development Number: 200-2
Number of Buildings: 2
Number of Units: 128
Number of Stories: 3

The Prattville Apartments, 200-2, is a three-story, masonry construction state-aided family development with 77 two-bedroom apartments and 51 three-bedroom apartments, totaling 128 units.

The complex was built in 1950 as housing for returning veterans.

A playground is being constructed at the Prattville Development to serve both Fitzpatrick and Prattville.

At the Prattville Development is our newly-renovated maintenance facility.

Scrivano Apartments (Federal Family)

16-1-Scrivano

 

Year Built:1952
Street Address: Webster and Parkway Courts
Development Number 16-1
Number of Buildings: 4
Number of Units: 108
Number of Stories: 3

The Scrivano Apartments, 16-1, is a three-story, masonry construction federally-aided family development with 9 one-bedroom apartments, 52 two-bedroom apartments and 45 three-bedroom apartments, totaling 105 units.

The complex was built iri 1952 as housing for returning veterans.

The Scrivano Development houses the main offices of the Authority. Also at Scrivano, a playground with water features and two play areas serves the residents.

Union Park Apartments (State Elderly/Disabled)

667-1-UnionPark  

Year Built:1950
Street Address: Orange, Spruce, Sixth and Walnut Streets
Development Number 667-1
Number of Buildings: 7
Number of Units: 56
Number of Stories: 2

The Union Park Apartments, 667-1, is a two-story, wood frame construction state-aided elderly/disabled development with 56 one-bedroom apartments, and a separate building for the community room.

The complex was built in 1950 as housing for the elderly.