Jersey City Housing Authority complex reopening waitlist for two-bedroom apartments

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Mills Creek Gardens, one of Jersey City’s low-income housing complexes that is a part of the local housing authority, has reopened their waitlist for two-bedroom apartments, officials announced today.

Mill Creek Gardens. Twitter photo.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Anyone interested in applying may visit 547 Montgomery St. for a pre-application between September 9th and December 20th.

The rent for the two-bedroom low-income housing tax-credit unit will be $1,145 per month.

The residents of apartments developed through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program pay rent that is based on the Area Median Income (AMI).

Under federal guidelines, the maximum gross income limit for one person is $38,520, two people is $44,040, three people is $49,560 and four people is $55,020. Additionally, vouchers are welcomed.

The Mill Creek project was funded in part by $2.5 million from the Jersey City Housing Authority and another $2 million from the Jersey City Affordable Housing Trust Fund.

“Mill Creek is a new affordable option for low-income families in Jersey City and we’re excited to be able to reopen the waiting list for two-bedroom units,” JCHA Executive Director Vivian Brady-Phillips said in a statement.

“We continue to focus on delivering quality housing options that offer Jersey City families welcoming communities that they can not only call home, but that they can also afford.”

The complex, a 126-mixed income low-rise apartment building, opened in March.

Of the 126 units, Mill Creek Gardens offers 121 new, modern affordable housing units to working families on the site of the former Montgomery Gardens Public Housing Apartment Complex.

“As Jersey City continues to expand, it is a priority that we ensure that all working families have an affordable, safe place to call home,” added Mayor Steven Fulop.

“As we reopen the waiting list for these two-bedroom units, we continue to pursue new opportunities that will increase the amount of affordable housing available.”

5 COMMENTS

  1. Nice to see JERSEY CITY opens up wait lists.
    Lets hope politicians running for office call for the Feds to investigate Hoboken’s housing wait lists.
    Given that Team Bhalla is supporting TWO candidates whose incomes may very well exceed the HHI maximums for Church Towers and Marine View Plaza, we should call on the mayor to have a full federal investigation. Dawn Zimmer was right when she called out Church Towers and Marineview for the suspicious wait lists that never open and just how people get in there. What a swing of the pendulum in the opposite direction we now have in reform. TWO candidates that live in closed list buildings, TWO Candidates that collect multiple public paychecks at home and one candidate that stated they won’t use public schools.

  2. I Miguelina Alicea is Homeless and seriously in need of HELP Iam Disabled, and have otha chronic health issues and 4 some reason they could never find my info or rather they never ever saw me bring in an application 4 Section 8, applying Housing or Housing and Iam a citizen, also I was born in JC NJ, race in Hoboken from when I was an infant and live with my parents that r still alive thru da Grace of ALMIGHTY 👑 KING thk u Heavenly father,I am 53 yrs old will be 54 on DECEMBER 12 1965 I REALLY NEED HELP PLZZ AMEN

    • Hoboken should be able to house you, however Mayor Bhalla is too busy with candidates that live in buildings that hide their waiting lists so he can’t help you because his ally Russo needs the apartments for himself and his runningmate Migdalia

  3. Thks alott 4 ur consideration GB 🇺🇸 AMERICA AS WELL AS UR 👪 👪 FAMILY GOD IS GOOD ALL DA TIME!! AMEN ENJOYED Y’ALL DAY!!

  4. Opps I also have an voucher from Garden State Espicostal in Jersey City New Jersey 07306 which is only a 1 mth rent/ security and my income is 811 which I really need help with paying da rent every otha month plZz HELP ME

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