Bethlehem Housing Authority

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Bethlehem Housing Authority
Agency overview
Formed 1937
Type municipal authority
Jurisdiction City of Bethlehem
Headquarters 1429 Fritz Dr.
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Agency executive Clara A. Kendy, Executive Director
Website http://www.bha645.com/

The Bethlehem Housing Authority is a municipal authority which provides public housing in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1937 and the first housing projects were opened in 1941.

Properties[edit]

The Bethlehem Housing Authority oversees over 1,400 units of public housing.

  • Pembroke Village, including Fairmount Homes, Pfeifle Homes, and Marvine combine to include more than 750 units on Bethlehem's East Side.
  • Lynfield Homes is a development of 200 units on Bethlehem's South Side near the Sands Casino.
  • Parkridge is a development located on the West Side near the border with Allentown, Pennsylvania. It includes 100 units.
  • Litzenberger House has 101 units and is located just north of Lehigh University.
  • Bodder House is a high-rise located on the West Side.
  • Bartholomew House is a small high-rise with 65 units.
  • Monocacy Tower is a high-rise located in Center City with 148 units.

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