Croton Housing Network, Inc.

Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.


Our Housing:  Bank Street
 Mt. Airy Woods
 West Wind
 Brook Street
 Discovery Cove
 Symphony Knoll

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New Apartment at Symphony Knoll

A new one-bedroom apartment is available at Symphony Knoll, an elevator building of 12 units for seniors at 15 Mount Airy Road in Croton-on-Hudson. Applications for this unit will be accepted until May 15, 2014, and the tenant will be chosen by lottery for occupancy July 1. Click here for:

  • Details
  • Brochure
  • Application form

Who We Are

In the mid-1980s, Mayor Roland Bogardus formed the Croton Housing Task Force to address the dearth of affordable housing in Croton. Comprised of Croton clergy and concerned community activists, this grew into the Croton Housing Network, Inc., a volunteer not-for-profit organization that has become one of the most successful not-for-profit developers of affordable housing in Westchester County.

What makes this affordable housing program work?

  • Locally driven; deep Croton roots
  • A partnership with the Village this public/private model works
  • Technical support from Housing Action Council
  • Early leadership from Theo Bennett and Herb Perry
  • A dedicated group of long-serving Board Members
  • Stick-to-itiveness

Every project presents unique challenges

  • Finding the opportunity
  • Funding sources
  • Funding applications
  • Project management
  • Design
  • Development process
  • Construction
  • Marketing and application processing
  • Ongoing management
  • Compliance reporting
  • Community relations
Board members bring experience in:
  • Social services
  • Bookkeeping
  • Building management
  • Real Estate
  • Project management
  • Architecture
And nearly 20 years of experience as the Croton Housing Network

The Croton Housing Network over the past 20 years -- The CHN Story

Croton Housing Network
132 Old Post Rd North.
Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520

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