Affordable Housing


Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission is committed to providing affordable housing options for low and moderate-income families. To that end, we own or are partners in two housing complexes in the region.

Magnolia Glen Apartments

Magnolia Glen is an affordable, multi-family development, located on Memory Lane in Boone County, Kentucky. It is close to shopping, employment, bus routes, dining, and educational opportunities. Amenities include private balconies; granite counter tops; handicapped accessible units; a clubhouse for resident use; laundry facility, computer lab, playground, and an outdoor grilling area.  More information about Magnolia Glen can be found here.

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Harvest Glen Apartments

Harvest Glen Apartments combines the convenience of apartment living with the beauty of a rural setting. This is a small complex of 10 units nestled in a rural Crittenden, Kentucky, but near I-75, and numerous shopping, dining, and employment opportunities.

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FarmView Apartments 

Farmview Apartments is a brand new apartment community offering 2- and 3-bedroom apartment homes for families. Each home will feature a microwave, dishwasher, individual balcony, and window treatments. Residents will enjoy a community room with controlled access, a computer lab, and a laundry facility. Farmview Apartments is conveniently located minutes from shopping and dining with easy access to Covington and Cincinnati via I-75/71.”

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Lincoln Grant Scholar House (LGSH)

LGSH is an innovative model for single parents who are full time college students. Home to 45-families, the Scholar House  is conveniently located three-blocks from Gateway Community and Technical College’s Urban Campus with other schools in close proximity or available via public transportation.  By providing affordable, safe, and decent housing, on-site case management, an Academic Service Center, children’s library, computer lab, and more the Scholar House experience enables residents – many of them first generation college students – to find success in their quest for self-reliance. The goal is for residents to achieve post-secondary success,  so they will experience higher earnings and a more clear career path which will lead to self-sufficiency.

For more information please contact Karis Hawkins, Family Services Coordinator