In 2020, our Housing & Community Development Department assisted 27 homeowners in securing housing repair grants to help them make health and safety repairs to their homes.
Our housing services continues to provide safe and affordable housing for low income seniors, refugees, low-income community residents, chronically homeless women, veterans, and youth who have aged out of the foster care system.
Community Development Department – Weekly Walk-in Hours
Tuesday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 11:00 am We request that all other housing and property management services are by appointment only. Thank you.
Congratulations to the Housing & Community Development Department for being awarded the City of Buffalo Community Partnerships Initiative contract. The goal of this initiative is to build and sustain healthy and stable neighborhoods, create affordable housing rehabilitation and homeowner opportunities, and address neighborhood quality of life issues. We serve neighborhoods on the East Side. Opportunities for home weatherization are also available through our Weatherization Department.
We are a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) which allows us to provide home-ownership opportunities for low-income first-time home buyers.
*Hope House Apartments – 243 Sears Street, Buffalo NY
*Monroe Place – 296 Monroe Street, Buffalo, NY
*Parkview Senior Apartments – 104 Lewis Street, Buffalo, NY
*AWA – 185 Rother Avenue, Buffalo, NY
*Hope Gardens – 58 Oberlin, Buffalo, NY
Learn more about our development projects.
Are you a block club or small group interested in learning more? We’d love to meet with you!
This website was produced in part with the assistance of the City of Buffalo/City of Buffalo Urban Renewal Agency through
the Community Development Block Grant and/or HOME Program(s).