We believe that every older adult should be able to live in a safe, clean, and peaceful environment. Hudson House is part of our commitment to serve our entire community.

Hudson House by RiverSpring Health provides affordable housing in the heart of the Riverdale community to eligible, low-income adults ages 62 and up as part of the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Section 202 Housing Program. Applicants who have been displaced, are living in substandard housing, pay more than 50% of their income for rent, or who are victims of elder abuse will receive a preference for placement. We offer activities and assistance, as well as promote independence among our tenants.

Bronx Senior Subsidized Housing

Amenities and Community


  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Convenient access to transportation, shopping, restaurants, houses of worship, and senior centers

Programming and services

  • Assistance with entitlements and advocacy
  • Recreational and cultural activities


  • Emergency call system
  • 24-hour security/cameras

Affordable housing for low-income seniors

Building management

  • On-site housing manager
  • Live-in superintendent

Facility Features and Amenities

  • Resident lounge
  • Elevator
  • On-site laundry facility

Rent capped at 30% of tenants' gross income

58 one-bedroom apartments

  • Six of which are fully accessible units
  • All feature full kitchen 
  • Senior-friendly bathroom

We are located in downtown Riverdale, New York, at 3247 Johnson Avenue, at 235th Street

Meet Our Team


Joan Rehm


"The staff and tenants at Hudson House work together to create an environment that is not only affordable, safe and clean, but also helpful, accepting, and friendly."


Orjon Ujkaj


"I'm not only a Mr. Fix It to them. I have become a part of their family. Whether we're having a cookout or setting up their home television sets, it gives me great satisfaction to be a part of their lives."


Frequently Asked Questions

+ Who is eligible for Hudson House?

Hudson House is a federally funded HUD (Housing and Urban Development ) building for low income seniors. The applicant/head of household must 62 years of age and older.

+ Is there a set monthly rent?

Monthly rent is based on each tenant/family gross annual income. Tenants are required to pay no more than 30 percent of their income for rent. Leases are adjusted annually.

+ What is considered "low income"?

Income limits are set annually by the federal government. Currently the income limits are $30,250 for one person and $34,550 for two people. Although there is no limit to the amount of assets you may have, the interest, dividends etc. from these assets are considered part of your annual income.

+ Do tenants pay their own utilities?

Yes. Tenants pay for electricity, phone and cable. Gas and heat is included in rent.