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Low Income and Subsidized Apartments in Monroe, FL County

Below are 6 affordable housing resources and apartments for rent in Monroe, FL County. We welcome user reviews and corrections of property listings, as we strive to provide the best and most up-to-date information possible. Simply click on the listing below for more information.

Atlantic Pines Apartments - Affordable Housing Apartments (for Family)
Location: Big Pine Key, FL - 33043
Contact Phone: (305) 872-9383
Details: Atlantic Pines is conveniently located near a shopping plaza, fire and police departments, and a state park. This community offers two-bedroom/one-bath apartments, including hearing- and mobility-impaired units. Water, sewer, sanitation and on-site maintenance are included in the rent. Features: Range; Refrigerators; Compact Windows; Central Heat & Air Conditioning; Ceiling Fans. Amenities: Playground, Utility Room
Cayo Del Mar - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: Key West, FL - 33040
Contact Phone: (305) 294-6366

Eastwind Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: Marathon, FL - 33050
Contact Phone: (305) 743-5765

Harvey House - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: Key West, FL - 33040
Contact Phone: (305) 296-6196
Details: Harvey House is an independent living environment with eleven units on a ½ acre plot in Key West. Acquired in 1994 through a Barnett Bank bridge-financing plan, which was retired once a HUD Section 811 fund reserve for $941,600 reached closure in mid-1997. An additional $150,000 was raised as part of a challenge grant from the Helmerich Foundation, which covered renovation costs to the property. The name Harvey House was chosen by a major contributor whose mother starred in the movie “Harvey”. Three buildings with nine one-bedroom units and one two-bedroom unit, and an entirely reconstructed one-bedroom cottage, provide eleven units/twelve bedrooms. The exterior of all structures at the complex were painted in 2006. Unit #7 was rehabilitated in 2007 with new flooring throughout. Because Harvey House operates as a HUD-Section 811 property it is governed by A.H.I. Housing, Inc. a special corporation whose officers and directors are the same as those of AIDS Help.
Marty's Place - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: Key West, FL - 33040
Contact Phone: (305) 296-6196
Details: Marty’s Place is an independent living environment located on a ¾ acre property in Key West was the first housing facility purchased by AIDS Help. When acquired in the late 1980’s through a $795,000 mortgaged-financed plan supported by private contributions and pledges. At one dinner party attended by 50 local people, hosted by the Marquesa Restaurant, and sponsored by Broadway’s Jerry Herman, over $600,000 was raised to finance the purchase Marty’s Place and other capital expansion. At the time, the property had eight cottages buildings – seven one-bedroom units and one two bedroom unit. In the mid-1990’s locally raised dollars were also used to cover the construction costs of a two-unit structure duplex at the Marty’s Place housing complex, increasing the number of buildings on site to ten and increasing the number of one bedroom units to nine. Many of the buildings were renovated in 2001 with a $50,000 State Housing Initiatives Partnership program (SHIP) grant through the Monroe County Housing Authority. The Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) provided $60,000 in Weatherization funding in 2004 to upgrade HVAC systems and insulate six buildings/units at the housing compound. In 2006, AIDS Help, utilizing $269,000 in local contributions and $120,000 in SHIP funding through the Key West Housing Authority, was able to construct a second Tri-Plex at Marty’s Place, which has three one-bedroom units that are elevated above the flood plain. Another unit on site completely destroyed during Hurricane Wilma (October 2005) was elevated and completely restored with funding from Volunteer Florida, Inc. and the Home Depot Corporation at a cost of $74,000. In 2008, AHI began rehabilitation of six units that were seriously damaged and flooded during Hurricane Wilma in October 2005. The $555,000 project included lifting all six units approximately three feet to mitigate future flooding. Funds for the rehabilitation and mitigation came from the Monroe County SHIP office.
Mccarthy-rogers Residence - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: Key West, FL - 33040
Contact Phone: (305) 296-6196
Details: McCarthy-Rogers Residence is named in honor of AIDS Help’s co-founder Albert H. McCarthy and President Emeritus Carol L. Rogers. The property was acquired and renovated with a $511,600 HUD Section 811 grant in 1997-98. The housing complex consists of one two-story wood frame structure, and one one-story wood structure on approximately a quarter acre in Key West, Florida. The buildings contain one (1) three-bedroom unit, two (2) two-bedroom units, and two (2) one-bedroom units. AIDS Help was required to establish a special housing group for this property, which is known as the 1213 William Street Corporation. The officers and directors of the corporation are the same as those of AIDS Help, Inc. The units are HUD Project Rental Assistance Contract (PRAC) units. The exterior of McCarthy-Rogers Residence was painted in 2005-2006. The last survey of the property was April 02, 1997. As with all HUD Section 811 properties there is no real rental annuity derived from the McCarthy-Rogers residence since rent payments are reserved for HUD, however, a portion of rental income can be used to operate and maintain the property in safe, decent and affordable manner.