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.  Click HERE for leasing information

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. Click HERE for leasing information.

 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.” Click HERE for leasing information.

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 the Family Service Coordinator,Katelyn Rogus