Affordable Housing in Somerset, NJ: Whitehall Gardens
Garden Communities invites you to Whitehall Gardens Apartments, featuring 384 one and two bedroom residences located in the town of Somerset, within Somerset County N.J. Selected residences in Whitehall Gardens are certified as affordable income housing by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA), the state agency responsible for establishing and monitoring municipal affordable housing obligations in New Jersey.
Centrally located in Franklin Township, Somerset County, Whitehall Gardens is just 20 minutes north of Princeton and is easily accessible from , the New Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway and Routes 1, 18 and 287. One hundred of these one- and two- bedroom luxury apartments have been set aside as part of Franklin's affordable housing program.
Residences at Whitehall Gardens range from 760 to 1,070 square feet of living space and boast a number of appointments including a dishwasher, refrigerator, oven, washer and dryer, carpeting and hardwood flooring, central air conditioning, walk-in closet, patio or balcony (per plan) and extra storage.
The building is wheelchair accessible and offers 24-hour emergency maintenance.
The rental office at Whitehall Gardens Apartments, 2811 Holland Drive, Somerset, NJ, is open 5 days a week. To schedule a tour, call 732.398.0800.
The Mount Laurel Doctrine opens the door for affordable housing by prohibiting economic discrimination against the poor by the state and municipalities in the exercise of their land use powers. To view affordable housing regional income limits in New Jersey for 2011, click here. For more information about affordable housing and the Mount Laurel Doctrine, or to see if you qualify for affordable housing, contact the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.