Franklin Light & Power Mill
Historic 1895 riverfront mill located in downtown Franklin
Workforce housing for income-qualified individuals
19 one-bedroom units—$700
26 two-bedroom units—$835-890/month
Units range in size from 540 to 1,150 square feet
Each unique unit boasts 13' ceilings and abundant light
Onsite parking and laundry
Heat and hot water included
Frequently Asked Questions
What does Income-Qualified Housing mean?
CATCH Neighborhood Housing meets the needs of the communities it serves within Merrimack County by constructing new affordable housing units and revitalizing housing in areas where affordable rental options are limited. The following includes allowable income limits as defined by the Department of Housing and Urban Development for developments financed through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit and HOME Programs, including Franklin Light & Power:
What does Veterans Preference mean?
There are many veterans who are priced out of the local housing market and through this project CATCH established a desire to support our population of veterans by establishing a veteran preference for 20% (or 9) of the units.
Are there handicap accessible units?
Yes, there are 9 handicap accessible or hearing impaired units.
How can I fill out an application?
The application can be downloaded here or you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603.223.0810 and we can mail you an application. Applications are also available at CATCH Neighborhood Housing, located at 105 Loudon Road in Concord.
Do you accept Housing Choice Vouchers?
Yes, we accept Housing Choice Vouchers in addition to other rental assistance vouchers.
Do you accept pets?
We accept one small dog under 30 pounds or 2 cats per unit.