Institute for Attainable Homes

Institute for Attainable Homes

The Institute for Attainable Homes is a project of the Center for Community Solutions at St. Joseph’s College.

Addressing the housing landscape on Long Island

There are many individuals and families on Long Island who struggle to afford housing. America’s first suburb has gone from being one of the most affordable places to settle and raise a family to one of the least. 

Regional Plan Association, in consultation with Long Island Affordable and Fair Housing Task Force, created housing data profiles, as well as a jobs and income factsheet, for Long Island’s towns, cities and villages with support from Citi Community Development and the Long Island Community Foundation. It is hoped that this data will be used to guide important discussions and decisions as communities across Long Island address current and future housing needs.

Housing Profiles 

Jobs and Income Factsheet

Success Story

Individual Housing Profiles


Amityville - Village

Asharoken - Village

Atlantic Beach - Village


Babylon - Town

Babylon - Village

Baxter Estates - Village

Bayville - Village

Belle Terre - Village

Bellport - Village

Bellrose - Village

Brightwaters - Village

Brookhaven - Town

Brookville - Village


Cedarhurst - Village

Centre Island - Village


Dering Harbor - Village


East Hampton - Town

East Hampton - Village

East Hills - Village

East Rockaway - Village

East Williston - Village


Farmingdale - Village

Floral Park - Village

Flower Hill - Village

Freeport - Village


Garden City - Village

Glen Cove - City

Great Neck - Village

Great Neck Estates - Village

Great Neck Plaza - Village

Greenport - Village


Head of the Harbor - Village

Hempstead - Town

Hempstead - Village

Hewlett Bay Park - Village

Hewlett Harbor - Village

Hewlett Neck - Village

Huntington - Town

Huntington Bay - Village


Island Park - Village

Islandia - Village

Islip - Town


Kensington - Village

Kings Point - Village


Lake Grove - Village

Lake Success - Village

Lattingtown - Village

Laurel Hollow - Village

Lawrence - Village

Lindenhurst - Village

Lloyd Harbor - Village

Long Beach - City

Lynbrook - Village


Malverne - Village

Manorhaven - Village

Massapequa Park - Village

Mastic Beach - Village

Matinecock - Village

Mill Neck - Village

Mineola - Village

Munsey Park - Village

Muttontown - Village


New Hyde Park - Village

Nissequogue - Village

North Haven - Village

North Hempstead - Town

North Hills - Village

Northport - Village


Ocean Beach - Village

Old Brookville - Village

Old Field - Village

Old Westbury - Village

Oyster Bay - Town

Oyster Bay Cove - Village


Patchogue - Village

Plandome - Village

Plandome Heights - Village

Plandome Manor - Village

Poquott - Village

Port Jefferson - Village

Port Washington North - Village


Quogue - Village


Riverhead - Town

Rockville Centre - Village

Roslyn - Village

Roslyn Estates - Village

Roslyn Harbor - Village

Russell Gardens - Village


Saddle Rock - Village

Sag Harbor - Village

Sagaponack - Village

Saltaire - Village

Sands Point - Village

Sea Cliff - Village

Shelter Island - Town

Shoreham - Village

Smithtown - Town

South Floral Park - Village

Southampton - Town

Southampton - Village

Southold - Town

Stewart Manor - Village


Thomaston - Village


Upper Brookville - Village


Valley Stream - Village

Village of the Branch - Village


West Hampton Dunes - Village

Westbury - Village

Westhampton Beach - Village

Williston Park - Village

Woodsburgh - Village

About the Institute

By supporting the growth of sustainable communities through intentional development and revitalization of homes, neighborhoods and communities, we seek to meet the needs of new residents, and ensure access to a good quality of life for all Long Islanders.

We see the housing need as one that cuts across other social and economic issues, including transportation, economic development, health care and education, and so a distinctive feature of this Institute is that it is situated within a larger center — the Center for Community Solutions — that addresses multiple social needs and supports overall quality of life (“livability”). 

Given this comprehensive approach to solving community problems, we understand that solutions require careful and consistent collaboration with community leaders, business leaders, government officials, educational leaders and community members.  Collaboration and a commitment to social justice are in the DNA of St. Joseph’s College, so we are eminently qualified to serve as a catalyst to community solutions.

For additional information, contact  Jo Anne Durovich ([email protected]) at 631.687.5193.