Princeton Community Housing, Inc. and its affiliates are non-profit organizations that support the growth, development and management of affordable housing in the Princeton area. We believe that housing is a basic right available to all individuals and that every community should include housing for residents of all economic levels.
Princeton Community Housing serves as a resource for the well-being of the community and its families and identifies what we can do to improve and expand the supply of housing open to all regardless of race, place of origin, sex or family make-up. Through advocacy efforts on behalf of affordable housing, Princeton Community Housing strives to encourage and provide timely and affirmative responses to housing issues.
Through the development and management of housing facilities serving low and moderate income individuals and families in need of affordable rental housing, Princeton Community Housing attempts in every way possible to ensure the continued availability of open housing in the Princeton area.
For 40 plus years it has been the mission of Princeton Community Housing and its affiliates to provide affordable housing in Princeton. Through the hard work of a group of dedicated community leaders and volunteers representing 18 local sponsoring organizations, four fine housing projects have been built. With 466 units, Princeton Community Housing is the largest provider of low and moderate income rental housing in Princeton.