Below are images and information for some of Mount Hope Housing Authority's housing properties.
Stadium Terrace is a 25-unit Public Housing development constructed in 1939. Eleanor Roosevelt selected Mount Hope as the site of the development due to the effects of the economic depression and collapsing coal economy in West Virginia during that time. Stadium Terrace is known as being one of the only low-income housing developments that still stands in the United States since then. The development and other developments like it led to the creation of HUD (United States Department of Housing and Urban Development).
Midtown Terrace is an apartment community built in 1985. The Public Housing development includes 85 units and different floorplan options for residents. Midtown Terrace is part of the Fayette County Schools district and offers amenities.