Information on Our Housing Programs

The Mansfield Housing Authority does not have any emergency or immediate housing available. You may find it helpful to register at United Way of Connecticut Housing Choice Voucher Program to receive an email when housing waiting lists are open in the State of Connecticut.

For more Housing options in Connecticut and essential community services please visit Connecticut 211.

Housing Programs Descriptions

Before applying, please read the descriptions of our Housing Programs below to determine which program(s) would best accommodate your family's needs. 

  1. Holinko Estates
  2. Wright’s Village
  3. Housing Choice Voucher Program

Family - Moderate Income Housing

To be income eligible for Holinko Estates, family income must be 80% or less of the median income for the Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford, Connecticut United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Metro FMA Area as published by HUD each year. 

The 2019 income limits are $60,400 for a family of two; $67,950 for a family of three; $75,500 for a family of four.

About Holinko Estates 

Holinko Estates is a state financed housing community for moderate income families. It is a 35 unit apartment complex with 21 two bedroom units, 13 three bedroom units and 1 four bedroom unit located on Zygmunt Drive in Storrs. Effective May 2019, the base or minimum rent is $620 to $650 per month for a two bedroom unit, $685 to $715 per month for a three bedroom unit and $785 per month for the four bedroom unit plus utilities. The actual rent you will pay is 30% of the family's adjusted income but never less than the base rent. 

Most of the apartments are townhouse style and some are flats. There is a laundry facility on site and a large playground. Washers and dryers are not allowed in the units. Pets are not allowed.


The amount of income needed to qualify will vary. To qualify for a two bedroom unit, a family must have a minimum income of approximately $35,500 to $49,500 depending on the family composition, unreimbursed medical expenses, child care expenses and style of unit (Flat or Townhouse). Families are chosen by a lottery for each unit that becomes available.

Additional Information

For more information, you may email the Housing Authority.