New York’s First LGBTQ+-Friendly Elder Housing
One of the most important decisions we make as older people is where we’re going to live. For all older people, affordability is often a challenge. For older LGBTQ+ people, so is finding a place that’s welcoming—where we can feel free to be ourselves and be treated respectfully and compassionately. That’s why SAGE’s National LGBTQ+ Elder Housing Initiative is addressing these challenges on several fronts by:
- Building LGBTQ+-friendly housing in New York City
- Advocating nationally against housing discrimination
- Training eldercare providers to be LGBTQ+ culturally competent
- Educating you about your housing rights
- Helping builders across the U.S. replicate LGBTQ+-friendly housing
Learn more about our NYC residences:
Stonewall House in Fort Greene
Stonewall House is New York City’s first affordable, LGBTQ+-friendly senior Housing Development. Located in the Fort Greene, Brooklyn neighborhood, it will be one of the largest developments of its kind in the country. This development was a partnership between NYCHA, BFC Partners, New York City Housing Development Corporation and SAGE. It will feature 145 units split between studio and one-bedroom apartments, laundry facility, a communal lounge, roof deck, and terrace.
SAGE is operating our SAGE Brooklyn Center at Stonewall House, a 6,800 square foot community center offering programs and services for older LGBTQ+ people and their allies — come visit us!
This building is no longer accepting applications.
Crotona Pride House
SAGE’s Crotona Pride House is a brand-new, LGBTQ+-welcoming, affordable elder housing development in the Bronx. These gorgeous one-bedroom and studio apartments are specially designated for individuals and couples who are 62 years and older and income-qualified for affordable housing in New York City. The building also houses SAGE Center Bronx at Crotona Pride House, which provides health and cultural programs, meal services, and a computer lab.
The official application is now closed.