Prospect and Grove

Project Description
HRA manages two rental properties on Prospect and Grove streets in downtown Orange, collectively referred to as "Prospect & Grove."

The Prospect Street building contains three units of housing subsidized through Project Based Housing Choice Vouchers.The Grove Street building contains three units of affordable housing rented at market rates.

Eligibility
Rent for the three units in the Prospect Street building is subsidized by Project Based Housing Choice Vouchers. If your household income is less than 80% AMI (see Income Eligibility Chart), you will meet the income eligibility standards for the Prospect Street units.

The three units in the Grove Street building are available at market-rate rents. There are no income restrictions on these units. A household must only meet rent eligibility standards to qualify for the Grove Street units.

Waitlist Length
The waitlist for P&G depends on many variables including the applicant’s income, the size of the unit being applied for, and current vacancies in the building.

How to Apply
To apply for a subsidized unit in the Prospect Street building of P&G, you need to fill out the P&G Project-Based HCV Application. To apply for a market-rent unit in the Grove Street building of P & G, you will need to fill out the P&G Building-Only Application. If you do not have access to a printer, please call us or stop by the office to pick one up.

Application Process: Other Affordable Rental Housing

Further Screening
Once it is determined that a household meets the basic income, status, and/or rent affordability requirements, applicants are further screened in accordance with HRA policy and federal and state fair housing laws. As part of the application process, applicants must authorize HRA to conduct thorough background checks including criminal history and sex offender record information checks, rental history, credit history, and personal references.

 

Priorities and Preferences
The waiting lists for properties managed by HRA without state assistance are administered on a first-come, first-served basis. No priorities or preferences are available.