Interfaith Community Housing of Delaware (ICHDE) has developed several new or rehabilitated communities in New Castle and Kent Counties, as well as new and rehabilitated scattered sites throughout the city of Wilmington. With low-income rental units available in all of these developments, we welcome the unique opportunity to develop guidelines and schedules helping families out of subsidized housing into market-rate rental units and, through our HomeOwnership Education Center, ultimately on to the road to homeownership.  Below is a list of properties owned by Interfaith and managed by 3rd party property managers.  The property and manager are listed below:

Arbor Place, 113 Parma Avenue, New Castle, DE 19720
Contact Information:  Phone: 302-655-9041

Parma Avenue Apartments, 113 Parma Avenue, New Castle, DE 19720
Contact Information:  Phone: 302-655-9041

Colony South and West, 250 Williamsburg Drive, Milford, DE 19963
Contact InformationPhone: 302-424-4263

Overlook Colony, 3207 E. Brandywine Ave, Claymont DE 19703
Contact Information:  Phone: 302-798-1736

West Center Place Apartments, 622 N Jefferson St, Wilmington, DE 19801
Contact Information:  Phone:  (302) 426-0201

In keeping with our mission, ICHDE rental properties provide affordable housing in well-established neighborhoods. We encourage residents to get involved in their Community through activities such as Neighborhood Watch, Civic Associations, and an overall commitment to the neighborhood to maintain property value and keep each and every family safe.

Additionally, there are a variety of other resources available to assist you in finding rental housing:

  1. The County list of Affordable Housing can be obtained by calling (302) 395-5600.
  2. The Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) offers a Housing Services Directory. For more information, call (302) 577-5001. The DSHA also runs various Public Housing sites in Kent and Sussex Counties. For more information, call (302) 739-7416.
  3. Check the classified advertisement section of the local newspaper (News Journal). This is a good source of rental units available in your area.
  4. Look for ads in Apartment Finder Magazines that are usually found in local convenience stores, restaurants, drug stores, etc.
  5. Look for free Apartment Locator Services in the Yellow Pages and check the HUD website for Apartment Locators.


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