THE CHARLESTON HOUSING AUTHORITY CELEBRATED ITS 86TH ANNIVERSARY ON MAY 5

May 6, 2021

            THE CHARLESTON HOUSING AUTHORITY CELEBRATED ITS 86TH ANNIVERSARY ON MAY 5 WITH A BOXED BARBECUE LUNCH FROM RODNEY SCOTT BARBECUE, AND RECOGNITION OF TWO RETIRED COMMISSIONERS FOR OVER 20 YEARS OF PUBLIC SERVICE. COURTENAY NEFF BRACK, FORMER BOARD CHAIR, AND MR. TODD C. BROWN, FORMER FINANCE COMMITTEE CHAIR, WERE PRESENTED WITH FRAMED RESOLUTIONS MEMORIALIZING

The Housing Authority of the City of Charleston Announced it is Entering Into Negotiations With Palmetto Redevelopment Partners to Replace Twelve Public Housing Apartments

March 31, 2021

THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF CHARLESTON ANNOUNCED IT IS ENTERING INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH PALMETTO REDEVELOPMENT PARTNERS TO REPLACE TWELVE (12) PUBLIC HOUSING APARTMENTS AT 275 HUGER STREET WITH 85 MIXED INCOME APARTMENTS TO INCLUDE A ONE TO ONE REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL TWELVE. THIS VENTURE ESTIMATED TO COST $23.2M WILL RESULT IN A

2021 Bringing New Leadership to the Charleston Housing Authority

March 23, 2021

            THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF CHARLESTON IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE MR. EDWARD KRONSBERG, 20-YEAR COMMISSIONER FROM JAMES ISLAND, HAS BEEN ELECTED AS CHAIR OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, AND MR. HERB PARTLOW, COMMISSIONER, OF WEST ASHLEY AS VICE CHAIR.                MAYOR TECKLENBURG AND CITY COUNCIL HAS APPROVED TWO NEW COMMISSIONERS, MR. GREG

The Charleston Housing Authority’s Partnership for the Preservation, Improvement and Addition of Public Housing

February 26, 2021

The Housing Authority of the City of Charleston was established in 1935 after a declaration of need by the City Council of Charleston. The mission is to provide decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing to low and moderate-income citizens of the City of Charleston. Over 4,000 homes, roughly 9.2% of the population of the City