Our communities reflect the diversity of Lewiston. We’re proud of those who call Lewiston Housing’s properties home – whether it’s young working families, New Americans starting a new life in Maine, or seniors living their best years in retirement.

Homes for Seniors

The Healy Terrace apartment building and adjacent green space.
Healy Terrace, 81 Ash Street

Healy Terrace, 81 Ash Street

Healy Terrace is an adaptive reuse of a Catholic children’s home initially constructed in 1893. In 2012, Developers Collaborative and Lewiston Housing partnered to restore the building and create 32 affordable homes for seniors. Healy Terrace has a mix of LIHTC, HOME, and Project-Based Vouchers.


Homes for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Blake Street Towers apartment building in Lewiston, Maine
Blake Street Towers, 70 Blake Street

Blake Street Towers, 70 Blake Street

Lewiston Housing constructed Blake Street Towers in the early 1960s using Public Housing funds. There are 97 apartments for people with disabilities and seniors. Blake Street Towers is conveniently within walking distance to downtown Lewiston and central to various services.

Many gray condominium buildings at Meadowview Park.
Meadowview Park, 23 Spofford Street

Meadowview Park, 23 Spofford Street

Meadowview Park is home to 152 seniors and people with disabilities. Lewiston Housing’s largest campus is near St. Mary’s Hospital and Bates College and many amenities, including pharmacies and restaurants. The community building located in the heart of Meadowview includes an active bingo hall, computer lab, and resources for residents.


Non-age Restricted Properties

The bright red, welcoming front entrance of Hillview Apartments.
Hillview Apartments, 77 Rideout Street

Hillview Apartments, 77 Rideout Street

Hillview is Lewiston Housing’s largest non-age restricted apartment complex with 94 units. The Hillview Community Center is integral to the community and includes youth programming such as the YMCA afterschool programming, Promise Early Education, and 4-H. Outdoor activities include community gardens, basketball courts, and a baseball field.

Lafayette Park, 85 Lafayette Street

Lafayette Park provides 30 homes to families.

Rosedale Acres, 200 Rosedale Street

Rosedale Acres provides 30 homes to families.

Scattered Sites, Multiple Addresses

The scattered sites are single-family and multi-family houses located throughout Lewiston. Many of these homes are near downtown Lewiston. 


Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing (NOAH)

292 Bates Street

292 Bates is next door to the B Street Community Center and provides eight market-rate homes at an affordable price.

30 & 31 River Street

Located in Lewiston’s Little Canada neighborhood, River Street Apartments overlooks the Androscoggin River and is next door to Lionel Potvin Park.