Property Management

Managing more than 800 affordable apartments and over 50 commercial spaces across NYC

Building affordable housing is central to AAFE’s mission of advancing racial, social and economic justice for Asian Americans and other systematically disadvantaged communities. We believe that grassroots community-based organizations play an important role in ensuring that New York City’s affordable housing remains safe, well cared for and permanently affordable. Through Stanton Norfolk Property Management Company, AAFE manages more than 800 apartments and approximately 50 commercial spaces. Stanton Norfolk also acts as a building manager for affordable units in privately owned buildings. Stanton Norfolk has received the highest possible “Exemplary” rating from NeighborWorks America, which conducts annual audits of our housing portfolio.

Information about applying to live in AAFE housing is available here. You can learn more about our housing policies here.

Contact Stanton Norfolk
(212) 477-2265

AAFE Resident Services

AAFE Resident Services is a collaboration between Stanton Norfolk Property Management and our Community Services Department. Working together, they identify early on when AAFE tenants are struggling, conduct needs assessments and offer services to stabilize households. Services (offered in English, Chinese, Spanish) include: rental assistance, financial education, access to workforce training and employment services, access to affordable healthcare and mental health programs, assistance with Medicaid billing issues, food support (SNAP), enrollment in AAFE’s food pantries, senior engagement activities and self defense classes.

(646) 294-0485 or (646) 481-6127 (Chinese)
(646) 664-1780 (Spanish)

These services are for tenants in AAFE-managed buildings. Members of the public may receive assistance with housing issues through our Community Services Department.

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AAFE is an equal opportunity housing provider. AAFE will not discriminate against prospective residents on the basis of the fact or perception of their race, religion, creed, national origin, age, color, sex, blindness or other physical or mental disability, marital status, domestic partner status, familial status, ancestry, actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, having Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) or AIDS related conditions, medical condition, height, weight, political affiliation, source of income, any arbitrary basis, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law. AAFE will not discriminate against prospective residents on the basis of their receipt of, or eligibility for, housing assistance under any federal, state or local housing assistance program or on the basis that prospective residents have minor children. AAFE will not discriminate against any eligible applicants using Section 8 certificates or vouchers or other rental assistance.
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