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 »
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 »
Located near grocery stores, restaurants, and community parks, The Landing is an ideal home for individuals who desire convenient living with a luxury view of the riverfront and amphitheater. Income requirements do apply. The Landing will feature ceramic tile and lush carpets. Kitchens will feature maple cabinets and Energy Star appliances. All apartment homes… Read more »
Historic Greensburg Square is an adaptive reuse of four vacant historic buildings for uses that benefit the community by providing community services and increasing downtown housing opportunities.
One-, and two-bedroom apartment homes. Rent is based on income.
Downtown Terrace, a 2015 Affordable Housing Finance (AHF) Reader’s Choice Awards national finalist in the category of Rural Developments, is located in downtown Petersburg, Indiana, is comprised of 40 affordable apartment homes. All of the services and amenities of Petersburg are within close proximity to Downtown Terrace including restaurants, grocery stores, shopping, parks and… Read more »
All of the services and amenities of downtown Vincennes are within close proximity and walking distance to the property. There is also easy access to all of the services and events that will be offered in the Community Service Center located directly adjacent in the restored Adams Coliseum.