Southampton Housing Authority

Current Housing Developments

TSHA has a number of housing developments in Southampton, NY, with the goal of providing affordable housing to qualified individuals in accordance with the rules and regulations provided by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. This means that we receive a per-unit rental subsidy in addition to the tenant portion of rent.
To learn more about our affordable housing solutions or to discuss our current developments, reach out to our office.

The Hampton Bays apartment complex was acquired by the TSHA in August 2005. The 37-unit building is owned and operated by the Authority and is located in the hamlet of Hampton Bays at 57 Springfield Road. The project is designed to provide senior and disability housing to qualified tenants. The building is conveniently located within walking distance to shopping, transportation, and community services such as the Town of Southampton Senior Center.

Each summer, the tenants gather together for a BBQ hosted by the Town of Southampton Superior Officers’ Association. While learning about safety issues and asking questions, they enjoy a dinner of hot dogs, hamburgers, salads, cool drinks, and sweet treats.

Hampton Bays Apartments
Sandy Hollow Cove Apartments, developed by the TSHA and Georgica Green Ventures LLC, is a proposed young professional housing community located on Sandy Hollow Road in Southampton. The community is designed to provide affordable housing to young professionals living and working in the town. It is comprised of studio and one-bedroom apartments. Click below to learn more:

Artist Rendering of Sandy Hollow Buildings

Sandy Hollow Proposed Site
Sandy Hollow Closing
The TSHA, in partnership with Georgia Green Ventures LLC., is proud to propose Speonk Commons, a new environmentally sensitive, sustainable residential housing community. This 51-unit development is intended to address the critical quality-housing shortage for our young people, workforce, and seniors. Speonk Commons is designed to mirror traditional Southampton architecture, with open green spaces to enhance and transform the current blighted 4.4-acre site located adjacent to the Speonk Train Station.