The Niles Housing Commission Facility - 251 Cass Street
The Niles Housing Commission offers Public Housing in the form of apartments and homes for lease. Each home offers its residents a basement, washer/dryer hookup, and 24 hour emergency maintenance. Each apartment offers its residents alarm systems, emergency pull cords, spacious closets, electric range, refrigerator, and is cable ready. There is also laundry facilities on site.
Niles, Michigan is located in the southwestern corner of the state near South Bend, Indiana. Niles is on the St. Joseph River and offers its residents access to a park, museum, cultural events, playground, community celebrations and is in the Niles Community School District, which consist of nine schools. Two rail lines also run through Niles, offering residents access to Chicago, Illinois.
- Alarm System
- Cable Ready
- Electric Range
- Emergency Pull Cords
- Gas Heat
- Spacious Closets
- 24 HR Emergency Maintenance
- Beauty Salon/Shop
- Cats Welcome
- Community Room/Clubhouse
- Dogs Welcome (some restrictions)
- Fitness Center
- Laundry Facilities
- Maintenance On-site
- Management On-site
- Picnic Area
- Wheelchair Accessible
Apartment Sizes and Prices
All prices are based on income and require 1 month of rent as a deposit.
- 1 bedroom, 1 bath
- 2 bedroom, 1 bath
- 3 bedroom, 1 bath
- 4 bedroom, 2 bath
- 5 bedroom, 2 bath
Income Restrictions Apply
- 1 person per household: $31,550
- 2 person per household: $36,050
- 3 person per household: $40,550
- 4 person per household: $45,050
- 5 person per household: $48,700
- 6 person per household: $52,300
The Niles Housing Commission currently meets on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 11:00 am. Below are the 2017 Regular Meeting Dates.
Requests for Proposals
The City of Niles has agreed to provide this information on our website in order to assist the Niles Housing Commission in disseminating this information to the general public. Request for Proposals listed here are not for the City of Niles, nor does the City of Niles have any say in choosing the final proposal. The Niles Housing Commission retains all power in the selection of proposals.