A new apartment community in the Eisenhower neighborhood is offering a “limited-number” of affordable units to income-eligible households, according to a press release.
Affordable rents for an efficiency — aka a studio apartment — are $1,601 not including utilities. The maximum income to be eligible for the apartment is $68,000 for a one-person household or $77,680 for a two-person household.
One-bedroom rents are $1,241 and two-bedroom rents are $1,605 plus utilities. According to the press release, income limits for households are:
- One Person: $51,000
- Two People: $58,260
- Three People: $65,520
- Four People: $72,780
The apartment community also includes amenities like a rooftop pool and spa.
To apply for the housing or for further information, the press release says to contact The Foundry at 571-207-9167.
Image via The Foundry
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