Creating Affordable Housing for All
HAPHousing has been actively involved in affordable housing development for 25 years, participating in the creation of more than 1,040 units for our Western Massachusetts region. The HAPHousing Real Estate team welcomes inquiries and invitations for our involvement in development projects in communities throughout Hampden and Hampshire counties.
Our expertise extends to housing rehabilitation, adaptive reuse and new construction in urban, suburban and rural environments. Projects vary in scale and complexity, ranging from single-family homes to large, multi-family buildings. HAPHousing developments are designed to enhance communities and meet local needs. Over the last several years, this has included new homes for first-time homebuyers, affordable apartments for families in Northampton and Amherst, and the renovation of the historic Church Street School into apartments for seniors in Ware. Please view our full project listing to see the quality and diversity of our work.
The properties we develop provide homes for a wide range of families and individuals of modest means. Communities have invited HAPHousing to create first-time homeownership opportunities as well as apartments for seniors, for people with disabilities and for families. Often, HAPHousing developments are undertaken as part of comprehensive neighborhood revitalization efforts or in partnership with other community-based organizations and service providers. HAPHousing manages more than 500 rental units throughout the region.
For more information or to discuss a potential affordable housing development project, please email Michelle McAdaragh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS: Contractors who wish to be invited to bid on future HAPHousing projects may contact Beth Levesque at email@example.com for more information.
We invite Section 3 contractors and subcontractors to contact us so we can add your information to our list of Section 3 contractors and subcontractors. For a definition of Section 3, per the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, See 24 CFR 135.1.