Jessup Housing

616 Grier St, Dickson City, PA 18447

Waiting List Forecast: Closed

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Rent Beds Baths SqFt
Call for Rents 1 - 4 Beds 1 Bath -

Waitlist Information

Housing Authority of the County of Lackawanna Waiting List

Go to the public housing authority page for this waiting list >>

The Jessup site is our newest development.  Rebuilt on the site of the old development, these units offer the newest features and are in a quiet neighborhood in Jessup.  The streets in the site are Mary Jo, Ubaldo, Anthony and George drives. 

Jessup is a wonderfully ethnic and hard working community with retail and grocery stores in the immediate area.  Transportation is needed to get to these areas, and there is County Transportation (COLTS) also available.

Dave's Thoughts On Jessup Housing

This property is funded through HUD’s Public Housing program. These properties are typically owned and managed by a Public Housing Authority. These properties tend to be much older, as no new public housing has been built in many years. Since the Federal budget has historically (and notoriously) underfunded public housing renovations for decades, these properties tend to have higher vacancies due to uninhabitable units or liveable units that are in poor condition. In addition, since all public housing properties offer rent subsidies, low-income residents only pay rent based on their incomes. For that reason, these properties tend to have longer waiting lists. Check our public housing waiting list data for more information. Since Jessup Housing participates in the Public Housing program and has a property based subsidy, if you have a Section 8 voucher, you would have to give up your voucher to move in.

Dave, Founder AHO

~ Dave Layfield, Founder of Affordable Housing Online

Units at Jessup Housing

Unit (Bd/Ba) Ft2 Rent
1 Bedroom (1/1) - Call for Price
2 Bedroom (2/1) - Call for Price
3 Bedroom (3/1) - Call for Price
4 Bedroom (4/1) - Call for Price

Income Qualification for Jessup Housing

*AMI: Area Median Income. Renters qualify for different housing programs if their income is below a specified percentage of AMI.
AMI* 1 person 2 people 3 people 4 people 5 people 6 people 7 people 8 people
30% AMI for PBRA Units $16,450 / year $19,720 / year $24,860 / year $30,000 / year $35,140 / year $40,280 / year $45,420 / year $50,560 / year
50% AMI for LIHTC Units $27,450 / year $31,400 / year $35,300 / year $39,200 / year $42,350 / year $45,500 / year $48,650 / year $51,750 / year
50% AMI for PBRA Units $27,450 / year $31,400 / year $35,300 / year $39,200 / year $42,350 / year $45,500 / year $48,650 / year $51,750 / year
80% AMI for PBRA Units $43,900 / year $50,200 / year $56,450 / year $62,700 / year $67,750 / year $72,750 / year $77,750 / year $82,800 / year

*AMI: Area Median Income. Renters qualify for different housing programs if their income is below a specified percentage of AMI.

FAQs for Jessup Housing

Does Jessup Housing have a waiting list?

Jessup Housing has a waiting list. See above for waiting list details.

Are rents subsidized at Jessup Housing?

We believe rents are most likely subsidized at all or some of the units since our research has turned up at least one public housing or rental assistance contract probably associated with this property.

In addition to Jessup Housing, how many other affordable housing properties (and units) are there in Lackawanna County?

In addition to Jessup Housing, we list 50 other affordable properties in Lackawanna County. Learn about these properties here. Our data research shows that there are a total of 5091 affordable units in Lackawanna County.

Listings Near Jessup Housing

Rent observations may change. We encourage users to verify rents and eligiblity requirements directly with the property.