Elderly & Disabled Housing:
The AHA consists of four complexes of elderly and disabled State aided Public Housing. Three of the four buildings are located by the Morton Street office: Chestnut Court, Grandview Terrace, and Stowe Court. The fourth complex is Frye Circle, located at 256 North Main Street.
All complexes include one-bedroom, one living area serving as a kitchen/living room (or one small kitchen with separate small living room) and a bathroom. If you are requesting a first floor you need to attach a physician’s note stating that it is necessary for you to live on the first floor. WE DO NOT HAVE ELEVATORS.
Chestnut Court, built in 1958, is a State Elderly/disabled housing complex located off of Chestnut Street in Andover, MA. There are 42 units consisting of 1 bedroom each with approximately 375’ – 400’ square feet of living space. There are 5 buildings, 3 of which are garden style buildings and two buildings have two floors. There is laundry in the building.THERE ARE NO ELEVATORS.
Grandview Terrace, built in 1968, is a State Elderly/disabled housing complex located off of Morton Street in Andover, MA. There are two buildings of 20 units each, consisting of 1 bedroom, approximately 375’ – 400’ square feet of living space, and two floors within the building. There is laundry located in the basement of each building.THERE ARE NO ELEVATORS.
Stowe Court, built in 1982, is a State Elderly/disabled housing complex located off of Chestnut Court in Andover, MA. There are 40 units consisting of 1 bedroom with approximately 375’ – 425’ square feet of living space. This is a 3-story hotel style building. There is laundry and a recreational room for tenant use.THERE ARE NO ELEVATORS.
Frye Circle, built in 1975, is a State Elderly/disabled housing complex located at 256 N. Main Street, Andover, MA. There are 96 units consisting of 1 bedroom with approximately 375’ – 400’ square feet of living space. There are seven 2-story buildings and four 3-story buildings. There is laundry and a recreational room in the Community Building for tenant use.THERE ARE NO ELEVATORS.
Our family complex is located on Memorial Circle. This State Aided Public Housing includes apartments with two floors. The downstairs has a kitchen and living room, and if a three- or four-bedroom apartment there may be one first floor bedroom. The 2nd floor has the bathroom and bedroom(s). We have 2, 3, and 4-bedroom units. The bedroom size is selected by the fact that a household may choose a unit with enough bedrooms so that two people do not share a bedroom unless:
- They are husband and wife
- A single parent with a child under eight.
- Children under eight, regardless of sex.
Veteran’s Preference is available in the Elderly/Disabled and Family Conventional Housing Development and will be given to individuals applying for conventional housing if official verification of character and length of service of the veteran is provided with the application.
Memorial Circle includes all our family housing and was built in 1949. There are 12 different buildings with a total of 56 apartments, one which is a fully equipped wheel chair assessable unit. Each apartment is equipped with laundry hook ups in the basement area if you wish to supply your own washer and/or dryer. There is anywhere from 600 - 1000 sf of living space.WE DO NOT HAVE ELEVATORS.
- Income Limits
- Income Limits (Effective 06/21/2023)
- Rules & Regulations of AHA Living
- Resident Handbook
To Apply for State Housing:
Please note: Calls requesting where you are on the list are not accepted. We will notify you by mail when you are within top 10-20 applicants.