SEICAA’s Affordable Housing program began in 1984 with the acquisition and rehabilitation of St. Anthony Place Hospital. Made possible through Section 8 Substantial Rehabilitation funds provided by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), it now operates as an 88 unit project offering independent living for low-income elderly (aged 62+ years old) and mobility impaired residents who require studio, one-bedroom, or two-bedroom apartments. Rent is calculated based on 30% of a tenant’s income with a minimum rent of $25.00/mo. Pets are allowed. Criminal and credit checks are performed.
RENT: Based on Income*
SECURITY DEPOSIT: First Full Month’s Rent
PET DEPOSIT: $200.00 w/ Arrangements
UTILITIES: Utilities included in Rent (with exception for Telephone and Television Services)
*A minimum rent of $25.00 /mo is required.
- Onsite Laundry Facilities
- Indoor Mail Delivery
- Pets Allowed
- Off-street Parking
- Large Common Room for Group Activities
- Small Library
Rent (Utilities Included)
- Based on Income