At Home in Our Community: 50 Years and Counting!

THANK YOU to all who joined us October 26, 2017 for the wonderful "At Home in Our Community: 50 Years and Counting!" Gala celebration!  Special thanks to Buddy Miller & Friends! Miller, a Grammy Award-winning musician, joined with longtime friends/musical collaborators Jerry Steele, David Olsen, Steve Hendershott, and Joe D'Angelo in donating their time and terrific talents to benefit PCH.  And thanks so much to the Gala Sponsors and In-Kind Donors!  Please check out the Gala Photos (with a range of participants) and More Photos of Buddy Miller & Friends!  And please see this video of residents' reflections.  Also here is more about our overall 50th Anniversary celebrations.  Many thanks to you all!



If you are unsure of the affordable property you wish to apply to in Princeton, you can now use the online Universal Application Form!

All Princeton Community Housing rental units and the Housing Authority of Princeton rental units are noted on the application.

ENGLISH - Universal Rental Application

SPANISH - Universal Rental Application

PCHDC has re-opened the applications for the following rental units at Merwick Stanworth:

2 bedroom low

2 bedroom moderate

3 bedroom moderate

Please complete a preliminary application and return to PCHDC by 10/30/17.

A credit/background screening will be required, as well as income verification.

A lottery will determine which qualified applicants will be further processed.


At Princeton Community Housing we have been providing clean, safe, attractive and affordable rental homes to families, seniors, differently-abled people, and other individuals for almost five decades. Today over 1,000 residents live in Princeton Community Housing apartments and townhomes.  How will your investment help these neighbors and others still on the waiting lists?

Please help sustain a vital and diverse Princeton community through your gift. Please help people move out of poverty and live in the community where they work; ensure that seniors are not forced to move away because they cannot afford to live in Princeton; enhance socio-economic diversity in our public schools and in our children's lives; and continue to build a better Princeton.