Pine Tree Manufactured Home Park
- Acquisition and reconstruction of a 121-unit manufactured home park.
- Restricted to low- and moderate-income residents
- Upgrades include new units and code-compliant foundations.
- New water and natural gas system including multiple on-site hydrant systems.
- Pilot solar panel services on five units, a new community center, laundry room, and children’s playground.
- Funding included Eatontown municipal contribution, DCA-Balanced Housing, NeighborWorks America®, Robinhood Fund, Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund, and private financing.
1, 2, and 3 Bedroom
|Home Type:||Family Living|
|Sources of Funding:||Two River Community Bank, NJ
DCA Balanced Housing Grant,
Robin Hood Relief Foundation,
Owner’s Equity, Eatontown
Housing Trust Fund, Mary
Borden Foundation Grant
Eatontown, New Jersey
- In April 2013, the AHA merged with the Homing Corporation, the parent organization of Spring House, and permanent financing was finalized.
- The Spring House property includes three (3) buildings with a total of 13 units.
Spring House – Unit ‘A’
- A large supportive group home operated in conjunction with a local social services agency.
Spring House – Unit ‘B’
- A single-family, 3-bedroom home that was rehabilitated in 2022 with the assistance of Coastal Habitat for Humanity.
- The home is now occupied by an income-eligible local family.
Spring House – Unit ‘C’
- The project was funded through a combination of a TD Bank loan, a Capital One Grant, and FEMA.
- In 2013 the AHA oversaw the construction of the new seven-unit apartment on site, restricted to low-income, special needs individuals who are experiencing a loss of housing.