Posts Tagged: affordable

Washington-Dunbar Homes

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  Two and three bedroom apartment homes ranging from 750 to 900 square feet, right outside of downtown South Bend. Washington Dunbar Homes underwent a rehabilitation in 2010.

Historic Rushton Apartments

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Located in South Bend, Indiana, The Rushton was built in 1906 and housed real estate agents, clerks, managers, lawyers and teachers in its 35 apartments. Eventually abandoned in the early 2000s, the Rushton spent a decade awaiting a new purpose. Secured by Indiana Landmarks in 2005 and purchased by South Bend Heritage in 2012 – The Rushton… Read more »

Great Oak Apartments

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  Great Oaks Apartments prides itself on offering maximum independence for those with limitations associated with age.

Emerald Pointe Apartments

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  Dunedin offers one, two, and three bedroom apartment homes ranging from 700 to 1,100 square feet.

New Heritage Homes

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    Offering two and three bedroom apartment homes and townhomes, New Heritage Homes range from 750-900 sq. feet. They are located on the bus route and offer multiple playgrounds.

Amber Woods

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One-and two-bedroom apartment homes, two-and three-bedroom townhomes. In 2002, Amber Woods Cooperative was hit by a tornado that destroyed many of the apartments. Flaherty & Collins Properties oversaw the evacuation and eventual rebuilding of the apartments. F&C is continuing the process of remodeling the final 150 units.

Spyglass Apartments

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  At Spyglass in Indianapolis we offer 1 and 2 bedroom townhomes and apartments for rent on 3 spacious floor plan, some with pond views and a wood-burning fireplace. Lounge on the sundeck beside our sparkling pool, or take your children to the onsite playground. Play tennis on our lighted courts,or play basketball or take… Read more »

Jackson & Vine

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One-, and two-bedroom apartment homes. Included in the Jackson & Vine build is the Graystone. Income and student restrictions apply. For more information, please visit our leasing office, located at 451 E 2nd Street. Community Amenities All of the buildings have been rehabilitated to meet historic standards The exterior is all masonry Support services Other… Read more »

Historic Muncie

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Despite the City of Muncie and private owners re-investing millions in developing downtown, the historic Canopic building sat vacant in the heart of the area, which detracted from the comprehensive redevelopment efforts. Constructed in 1886 by W.W. Shirk and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the building sat vacant for over four years…. Read more »