Rental and Homeownership Opportunities
We work every day to create affordable rental and homeownership opportunities in West Michigan. While our homes come in many shapes and sizes, our core values of beauty and sustainability remain the same. We strive to create homes that match the architectural style of nearby buildings, preserve historic qualities, and show respect to residents through high-quality craftsmanship and sustainable building practices.
Multifamily apartments provide a safe, stable environment for families. Whether through renovation or new construction, we have created many affordable and market-rate rental opportunities in Grand Rapids.
ICCF holds waiting lists for affordable rental units at our various properties. Our one-, two-, and three-bedroom waiting lists are currently closed.
Our Steepleview Apartments, Stockbridge Apartments, and 415 Franklin Apartments have income-based units available through the Grand Rapids Housing Commission waiting list. Southgate Senior Living has income-based units through the Wyoming Housing Commission.
A senior living community near the heart of downtown Grand Rapids
Award-winning historic renovation of a former elementary school
Two apartment buildings with ground floor live-work units
A historic renovation that includes affordable apartments, a church, a daycare, and ICCF’s headquarters
5-story apartment building conveniently located next to a local grocery store
Several apartment units in this mixed-income space are designated for youth aging out of foster care
Pleasant Prospect Homes
A collection of beautifully constructed duplexes
100 & 150 Wealthy
Two mixed-income apartment buildings located downtown with first floor commercial space
Two apartment buildings located in the South Hill neighborhood
Single Family Homes
ICCF has single-family homes available for rent and purchase to qualifying neighbors. Many of these homes are part of the Community Homes Land Trust.
Learn what it takes to become a homeowner through the Community Homes Land Trust.
Restored with the help of generous partners and volunteers. Many of these homes are part of the Community Homes Initiative.
Newly Constructed Homes
New homes are built to be energy-efficient and compliment the surrounding neighborhood.
Creating places for people to come home to.
ICCF Community Homes seeks housing justice in West Michigan for a more equitable and thriving community. These opportunities are only made possible through the generous support of people just like you.
Keeping families safe, together.
Family Haven is our 6-unit emergency shelter where families experiencing homelessness can stay together while pursuing permanent housing.
Our staff comes alongside families during their stay to identify the barriers that lead to homelessness while also helping them secure permanent housing, employment, transportation, and educational opportunities. These resources are available for up to six months as families transition to more stable housing.