Two Bridges Tower

82 Rutgers Slip 

Two Bridges Tower is a 198-unit building located in the Two Bridges neighborhood Manhattan. Settlement Housing Fund developed Two Bridges Tower with the Two Bridges Neighborhood Council.  The project integrates households previously experiencing homelessness and working families of low- to moderate-income, an on-site after-school program for children, and community programs run by a neighborhood settlement house in the building’s community space.

To request or submit an application, please contact Marylin Engstler, Property Manager at or at (212) 267-3409.

Semiperm Residence

210 West 102nd Street

Semiperm provides apartments and supportive services for 23 formerly homeless single parents and their children. This innovative program is tailored to families who need more assistance than six months in a shelter and encourages parents who are committed to reaching their goals to stay for two to five years. During this time, participants develop skills to advance their education and employment success, and to achieve self-sufficiency.

Kashana Heath-Garcia, Program Director
212.222.3673, ext. 3

Tanya Towers

620 East 13th Street  

Located in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan, Tanya Towers includes 138 units. Services are provided on-site by The Jewish Board for residents living with disabilities, and apartments are also set aside for seniors and veterans.

C+C Apartment Management LLC


301 West 46th Street

Our 301 development in midtown Manhattan includes 12 apartments for low- to moderate-income working families.

Apartments will listed on the general Wavecrest vacancy list when available.

150th Street 

285 and 287 W. 150th Street   

In Harlem, our 150th Street building includes 40 apartments for working families with low- to moderate-income.

Apartments will listed on the general Wavecrest vacancy list when available.

Harlem River Preservation

2850 Frederick Douglas Boulevard

Settlement Housing Fund was selected by the New York City Housing Authority, along with community-based partner, West Harlem Group Assistance, to lead the rehabilitation of eight buildings and provide resident services at Harlem River Houses and Harlem River II. The first nonprofit to lead a Permanently Affordable Commitment Together (PACT) project, Harlem River Preservation is harnessing public and private funding to bring significant upgrades to the buildings, apartments and grounds for nearly 1,400 residents. Residents will continue to pay 30% of their income toward rent. NYCHA will remain the owner of the buildings and grounds, and the project team will provide property management and social services in addition to leading the construction process.

Residents for Harlem River Houses are chosen from the NYCHA waitlist.