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Member Resident Scholarship Program

The Member Resident Scholarship Program sponsored by Housing Authority Insurance, Inc., has been providing scholarships to public and housing choice voucher residents since 2003. To date, more than $800,000 has been awarded to over 320 residents.

Free Clothes for Kids in Need

Here are a few places around Hampton Roads that offer free clothes for kids in need.

Download the flyer HERE in PDF format.

West Point cadets will mentor students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

June 12, 2015 - A group of cadets from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point will visit Hampton June 17-20th to meet with Hampton Redevelopment and Housing Authority officials, city administrators and others as part of the military academy’s partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The cadets will mentor students in grades 6-8 about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programs, learn about Hampton and tour Fort Monroe.

Asbury Place Apartment Townhomes is looking for you!

Asbury Place Apartment Townhomes are under new Management!

We have spacious 2 bedroom townhome apartments that are available for Immediate move in.
All units have been renovated.
Rent specials are available
Military - No application fee/no deposit required
$700 a month
$200 Security Deposit special
Public Transportation available

Contact one of our onsite management team members today.
98 Michigan Drive, Hampton, VA, 23669
(757) 722-8085

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Make My Bedroom AMAZING! Results

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Executive Director, Ronald Jackson, on WVEC news

Ronald Jackson, Executive Director of Hampton Redevelopment and Housing Authority, recently appeared on WVEC news to talk about demolishing Lincoln Park and relocating the residents that call it home.

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HUD Approves the Plan to Replace Lincoln Park

(August 12, 2013: Hampton, Virginia) ‐ The city of Hampton’s largest housing project is one step closer to being history thanks to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Hampton Redevelopment and Housing Authority received approval for plans to remove the aging Lincoln Park public housing community in a memo received this week from the Office of Public Housing.

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