Who we are

OUr mission

OUr Core Values

OUr mission


 The New London Housing Authority Board of Commissioners and its staff are committed to developing and managing sustainable quality housing for low and moderate-income households

our vision

OUr Core Values

OUr mission


 We will foster a supportive environment which is based on mutual trust, pride and respect.   Our goal is to inspire our residents and the New London Community to come together to foster vibrant, healthy and safe homes and neighborhoods in order to foster and facilitate every resident's ability to reach his or her full potential. 

OUr Core Values

OUr Core Values

OUr Core Values

Integrity - We will be honest and ethical in everything we do.  We will manage the NLHA's resources and finances responsibly.

Accountability - We will take responsibility for our actions and follow through in a consistent, reliable and timely manner.

Collaboration - We will work together as a team, along with our residents and our community partners, we will seek diverse options and ideas in order to improve our ability to provide sustainable quality housing.

Respect - We will treat our fellow Commissioners, NLHA staff, residents, vendors, and members of our community with dignity and respect.

Innovation - We are committed to working with other industry leaders to create and embrace new ideas that will benefit our residents and community

About Us

Board Members

Administrative Staff

Administrative Staff


 Betsy Gibson Pierce - Chairperson

Shannon Heap - Vice Chairperson

Candace Devendittis - Treasurer

Jon Persson - Tenant Commissioner

Administrative Staff

Administrative Staff

Administrative Staff

 Kolisha Fiore - Executive Director

Patty DiGioia-Evrett - Finance/HR Manager

Avalon LeBlanc - Property Manager

Maitee Velez - Property Administrator

Maintenance Staff

Administrative Staff

Maintenance Staff

 Mike Metzermacher - Maintenance Supervisor

Anthony Phillips - Technician

John "JR" Rodriguez - Technician

Luz Rosado - Aide

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OUr Story

 The Housing Authority provides 309 units of Affordable Housing to Elderly and/or Disabled residents.    In addition, we work closely with many local agencies to provide additional services to our residents.

Community Partners

 We are proud to have strong relationships with the following agencies:


City of New London                       

Senior Affairs Commission

Sound Community Services, Inc.

Southeastern Mental Health Authority

Homeless Hospitality Center

Gemma Moran Food Center

Connecticut Food Bank

United Way

Park and Recreation Department

AHEC

VNA

Covenant Shelter

Safe Futures

New London Police and Fire

Red Cross

Reliance House

DCF

Ledge Light Health District

CHFA

DOH

HUD

Infoline/211

Elderly Protective Services

Social Services 

And a host of many more. 


 

Imagineers

In February 2018, the New London Housing Authority Board of Commissioners voted to contract with Imagineers, LLC for property management services.   Imagineers, LLC is a Connecticut-based housing services company that manages condominiums, rental property, and housing programs.   They also renovate and maintain housing in the State.    They employ over 150 of the brightest, capable employees.    More than half of those employees are long term employees.   


With the arrival of Imagineers, LLC in March of 2018, the Housing Authority began its transformation.    Accountability is monumental with Imagineers and since they have come on board, the Housing Authority of the City of New London has undergone many changes, all positive and continues to evolve into the best it can be.     The future is bright for the Housing Authority and its residents. 

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Our properties

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George Washington Carver Apartments

 202 Colman Street, New London, CT   06320

108 Efficiency Units

21 One Bedroom Units


Applicants must be 55 years of age or older or disabled per the definition from Social Security Administration

Utilities (heat, hot water, electricity) included with rent.

Appliances are provided.

On-site laundry facility and community room

Security Deposit is equal to one month's rent.

Rents:

Efficiency-$480

One Bedroom-495

Minimum Income Limit:

Cannot exceed 50% of monthly income

Studio-$10,200

One Bedroom-$12,000

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Williams Park Apartments

127 Hempstead Street, New London, CT   06320

67 Efficiency Units

32 One Bedroom Units

Applicants must be 50 years old or older or disabled per the definition from Social Security Administration.

Utilities (heat/hot water/electricity) included with rent.

Appliances provided.

On-site Laundry Facility and Community Room.

Rent is based on 30% of your gross monthly income.

One Month Security Deposit required.

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Gordon Court

40 Gordon Court, New London, CT   06320

19 Efficiency Units

19 One Bedroom Units

Applicants must be 55 years of age or older or disabled per the definition from Social Security Administration.

Rents:

Efficiency- $425

One Bedroom-$440

Minimum Income Limit:

Cannot exceed 50% of monthly income.

Efficiency-$10,200

One Bedroom-$10,560

Utilities (hot water) included with rent.

Electric heat, electricity NOT included.

Appliances provided.

On Site Laundry Facility and Community Room

Security Deposit is equal to one month's rent. 

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Riozzi Court

27 Riozzi Court, New London, CT   06320

28 Efficiency Units

14 One Bedroom Units

Applicants must be 55 years of age or older or disabled per the definition from Social Security Administration.

Rents:

Efficiency- $425

One Bedroom-$440

Minimum Income Limit:

Cannot exceed 50% of monthly income.

Efficiency-$10,200

One Bedroom-$10,560

Utilities (hot water) included with rent.

Electric heat, electricity NOT included.

Appliances provided.

On Site Laundry Facility and Community Room

Security Deposit is equal to one month's rent


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78 Walden Avenue, New London, Connecticut 06320, United States

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