That would depend on you and what you or future buyers perceive as contributing to community. There will be some who beleive that assisted housing houses those that are not "worthy" of living in an area. Then there are those who don't feel that need for mono economic surroundings and are comfortable in mixed income or otherwise diverse communities.
The trend in urban design is to build mixed income housing. we see this in the Hunters Point build-out and in all the replacement of the housing department unitsunder the HOPE VI federal program and HOPE SF at North Point, Ceasar Chavez, and coming soon Potrero and Bayview/Hunters Point.