Affordable Rentals >> Illinois Housing and Apartments >> Lansing Apartments for Rent

Low Income Housing and Subsidized Apartments in Lansing, IL

Below is the listing of 1 affordable apartments and low-income housing in Lansing, IL. Some apartments listed here will require prospective residents to meet income eligibility requirements and other guidelines specific to a housing authority, and other properties will be open to all residents needing affordable housing.

The listings are not comprehensive, but we do strive to provide as many listings as available. Our goal is to provider our users with as many affordable housing opportunities as possible. If your property is not already listed, you can add your listing for free.

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.

Buford Walker Senior Housing - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Lansing, IL - 60438
Contact Phone: (708) 895-6661
Details: Tucked at the end of a street, Buford Walker is a five-story apartment building convenient to public transportation. It is located next to the local fitness center and a community park. It offers residents welcoming grounds and a private, beautifully landscaped park to stroll around in when the mood strikes. There is a private parking lot for individuals who drive. Monthly activities promote a sense of togetherness, and residents make lifelong friends. Buford Walker offers 59 one-bedroom apartments, four of which are barrier-free units. Apartment amenities include: Wall-to-wall carpeting (in living room and bedroom); Walk-in closet in the bedroom; Newly remodeled galley-style kitchen with a refrigerator and stove; Individually controlled heat; Air conditioner; Emergency call system; Bathroom grab bars. In addition, the building site offers: A community room; Library/TV room; Puzzle room; Laundry room; Beauty shop. Residents must be 62 or older, or physically disabled persons 18 years or older, and meet specific income guidelines set by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Rent is 30 percent of the resident's adjusted annual income.