Suburban Development

Fair Share Housing Development is the only provider of housing for very low-income families in high-opportunity suburban New Jersey towns, close to good jobs, top-notch schools, green open space and safe neighborhoods. The majority of our residents come to their new homes from urban areas plagued by generations of concentrated poverty, such as nearby Camden, so FSHD provides education and social services support to help with the transition.

  • Ethel R. Lawrence Homes & Robinson Estates

    The Ethel R. Lawrence Homes (ERLH) is an award-winning townhome-style rental apartment complex with 140 units in upscale Mount Laurel Township. ERLH has been praised for promoting racial integration and deconcentrating poverty as well as providing educational and social service support programs and an uncommonly safe environment for tenants and neighbors.

  • New Sharon Woods

    New Sharon Woods boasts 50 garden and townhouse-style apartments located next to forested land and dedicated open space in Deptford Township. The project was completed in 1984 and plans to renovate the complex are in the works.

  • Evans-Francis Estates

    Forthcoming Development

    Evans-Francis Estates is a new development planned for Cherry Hill Township. The project will result in two-story garden rental apartments and town homes, including 16 one-bedroom units, 22 two-bedroom units and 16 three-bedroom units. The 54 units will be housed in four buildings over 4.2 acres. Five of the apartments will assist formerly homeless people and the rest will go to tenants earning between $16,080 to $48,240. Litigation with Cherry Hill Township is delaying the project.

  • Senior Independent Living and Assisted Living Community

    Forthcoming Development

    Senior Assisted-Living Homes in Mount Laurel Township is an age-restricted development that will feature one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as assisted-living units for low-income seniors. A total of 184 units will be built on 14 acres at the intersection of Route 38 and Arc Road in Mount Laurel. Supportive staff will live on site and the complex will provide administrative offices as well as space for dining facilities and social service support programs.