Henry E. Wrobel Towers
Interim Manager: Angela Holiday
The increase in the “aging” of the Niagara Falls population prompted the Niagara Falls Housing Authority to address the need for additional housing for the elderly. In June 1974, the first occupants of what is now known as Henry E. Wrobel Towers moved in. Originally named Whitewater Towers, the community was renamed in 1979 after the sudden death of Housing Authority Executive Director Henry E. Wrobel.
This 13-story high-rise consists of 250 one-bedroom units. Henry E. Wrobel Towers offers breathtaking views of Niagara Falls and the lower Niagara River.