Brittin Village is an affordable housing complex in Camden County for families and veterans. It is located at the former Brittin Reserve Army Training Center in Pennsauken, NJ. VOADV Property, Inc. redeveloped the area into a 66-unit, quality family and veteran rental units – fourteen of the units are aside for veterans. All units contain a full kitchen, living and dining area, full bathrooms, and large bedrooms. The development also has a community room, playground and on-site laundry.
The development honors Nelson Brittin of Audubon who was killed in action during the Korean War and posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.
- Outside patio with tables and comfortable seating
- Spacious community room for meetings and parties
- Card games, bingo and other recreational activities
- Social Service Coordinator
- Ample lighted parking
Eligibility: Income qualified families and qualified veterans.