Atlantic Housing Foundation was organized  in South Carolina in 1999 as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Atlantic Housing's purpose is to:
  • Foster, support, acquire, construct, rehabilitate and operate qualified affordable housing for low-income persons and families, elderly and mentally or physically disabled persons where no adequate housing exists for such persons;
  • Provide, acquire, construct, rehabilitate and/or operate student housing; and
  • Provide housing at schools and scholarships for qualified students from lower income families to enable such individuals to find their way out of subsidized housing through educational opportunities.

Atlantic Housing is a community housing development organization ("CHDO"), as designated by the Texas and South Carolina Tax Code.

Atlantic Housing owns and operates an existing affordable housing portfolio consisting of approximately 7,600 apartment units in over 30 apartment communities in 22 cities and 3 states.  

Atlantic Housing's Board of Trustees and staff support the charitable efforts of AHF through their extensive experience in accounting, finance, real estate development, law, property management, compliance and community services.