Princeton Community Housing provides and manages 466 safe, high quality and affordable rental apartments for low and moderate-income residents of diverse backgrounds and ages. PCH believes that housing is a basic right that must be available to all individuals and every community should offer housing for people of all economic levels. Our dedicated staff, Board of Trustees, and Sponsoring Organizations all work together to ensure that both PCH residents and applicants have a balance of housing opportunities and social services that are essential to the continued success of PCH’s mission.

Entities of PCH

Entities of PCH

PCH by the Numbers

1 Dedicated Board of Trustees, including representatives from 18 sponsoring organizations, providing governance to all entities.

25 Professional, diligent and sincere employees.

50 years of serving Princeton.

67 Very low-income rental apartments for the elderly at Harriet Bryan House located at 310 Elm Road.

70 Low-income rental apartments for families within the Griggs Farm community located between Route 206 and Cherry Valley Road.

88 Low-income rental apartments for the elderly and mobility impaired at Elm Court located at 300 Elm Road.

238 Low and moderate-income rental apartments and townhouses for families at Princeton Community Village off Bunn Drive.

$600,000 Approximate Amount of Payments in Lieu of Taxes paid to Princeton Borough and Princeton Township by PCH communities in 2012.