|Heater Landing [LIHTC]
||258 Heater Rd
|Romano Place [LIHTC]
16-Units; Families/Singles-All Ages
LIHTC – Low Income Housing Tax Credit Apartments
Romano Place was constructed in 2010 and is located on a spacious site consisting of a mix of single-level 1 and 2-Bedroom apartments and 2-Bedroom Townhouse-style apartments in three LEED-certified, energy-efficient buildings in West Lebanon.
- Single-level units consist of a large kitchen, bathroom, living room with 1 or 2 bedrooms in first-floor accessible units or second-floor stair-accessible locations plus exterior porches/ balconies.
- Townhouse units consist of a large kitchen, living room on first-floor and bathroom plus 2 bedrooms on the second-floor.
- Solar-Assisted Oil FHW Radiant and Baseboard Heat & Hot-Water included in rent.
- Kitchens equipped with modern electric range and refrigerator.
- 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
- Cable/Internet Ready
- Discounted Basic Cable TV package
- Property served by Public & Senior Transportation and close to shopping districts and community services, some within walking distance.
- Basement storage units provided.
- Fire Suppression Systems
- On-Site Laundry Facility
- On-Site Reserved Parking
- On-Site Management Office
The Heater Landing Wait List is Now OPEN! Go to LHA Applications
44-Units; Families/Singles-All Ages
LIHTC - Low Income Housing Tax Credit Apartments
The Lebanon Housing Authority has begun construction of the new Heater Landing Residential Community at 258 Heater Road in Lebanon, NH. Construction of this very accessible affordable housing with landscaped parking on 3+ acres at the intersection of Heater & Old Etna Roads should be completed around August 2022.
The 44-unit, 3-story building is ideal workforce housing and will offer (30) one-bedroom units, (11) two-bedroom units and (3) three-bedroom units for income-eligible families through the Federal Tax Credit Program once the project is completed. Heater Landing is located near downtown Lebanon, City Schools, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and other major area employers to include retail and restaurants. There will be a sheltered bus stop conveniently located on the property’s street corner for free access to public transportation provided by Advance Transit.
||Lebanon Housing Authority partnered with New Hampshire Housing
Finance Authority, the Evernorth Non-Profit Organization, Mascoma
Bank and the Jack & Dorothy Byrne Foundation to develop Heater Landing.
Burnell-Johnson Architects designed the project and Ingram Construction
Corporation is the general contractor.
||Funding totaling approximately 11 million dollars from numerous sources,
including the partners mentioned, was collected to cover the total development