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Low Income Housing and Subsidized Apartments in Terre Haute, IN

Below is the listing of 8 affordable apartments and low-income housing in Terre Haute, IN. 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.

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Brownstone Manor - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Terre Haute, IN - 47807
Contact Phone: (812) 232-8752
Details: Brownstone Manor is a senior housing complex for those 62 years of age and older. We offer full one bedroom apartments in a convenient downtown location at 66 South 12th Street, Terre Haute, IN 47807. Amenities: Computer lab; Community room; On-site Service Coordinator; Weekly bingo; Monthly potluck dinner; Exercise room available.
Garfield Gardens - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Terre Haute, IN - 47804
Contact Phone: (812) 232-1381

Greenwood Manor Ii - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: Terre Haute, IN - 47802
Contact Phone: (812) 232-3679
Details: The 150 unit community is just south of Greenwood Manor Apartments - I. There are 1 and 2 bedroom units available. Greenwood Manor Apartments are made affordable with rent subsidies available through government funding. Our community offers 24 hour emergency maintenance service, on site laundry facility, playground, recreation room and ample parking. Apartments feature major kitchen appliances, central air conditioner, plenty of closet space and more.
Juliet A. Peddle Park - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Terre Haute, IN - 47803
Contact Phone: (812) 235-8058
Details: Juliet A. Peddle Park is named in memory of Juliet A. Peddle and was opened in July of 1980. The facility has 100 one bedroom apartments for moderate to low income persons.
Maplewood Apartments - Multi-Family Housing Rental (for Family)
Location: Terre Haute, IN - 47803
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The Deming - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Terre Haute, IN - 47807
Contact Phone: (812) 814-9040
Details: Named for financier and philanthropist Demas Deming, the hotel occupies the site of the old Congregational Church. The firm Holabird and Roche of Chicago designed the building in the “Second Empire” style, with ornate cornices and plasterwork inspired by French architecture. Construction was by the Sheldon-Breck Construction Co. of St. Louis at a cost of $400,000. F.P.W. Young was the supervisor. Designed as a fireproof hotel, the eight-story structure is an all-masonry building with poured concrete floors and ceilings. The Terre Haute Coal and Lime Co. furnished 4,450 cubic yards of gravel and sand, as well as 7,550 barrels of Marquette Portland cement for the concrete work on the building and sidewalks. Also used were 648,000 various kinds of bricks and 300 tons of twisted steel. It should be noted that during construction, no accident of any consequence occurred. For the interior, the Connersville Furniture Co. manufactured all the bedroom furniture. Their local representatives, the A.Z. Foster Co., provided everything else except for the linens and kitchen equipment. The Adamson & Anderson Co. was contracted for all the glasswork in the hotel, using 10,000 pieces. When completed, the hotel had 250 rooms and 200 baths. The Mandel Studio of Chicago provided a large painting of Indians with Fort Harrison in the background for the lobby. This painting was removed during renovation and later returned. The Deming Hotel opened officially for business on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1914, with a Charity Ball to benefit The Boys Club. “Billie” Cochran was the first manager, with Tom Nelson as his first lieutenant manager. John O. Holmes, a traveling representative for Eli Lilly and Co., was the first name on the guest register. With dinner at 7 and dancing at 10, a good time was had by all. The first noted actor/dancer to stay at the hotel was Joseph Santley, appearing in Phillip Bartholomew’s musical comedy “When Dreams Come True,” at the Grand Opera House on Thursday, Oct. 22, 1914. On Dec. 28, 1962 the property was sold to Hulman and Co. In 1963, the property changed hands again when it was purchased by Indiana State University for use as a men’s dormitory and later as a conference center. On Sept. 21, 1978, Congressman John Myers and Mayor William Brighton announced completion of financial arrangements for the $4.15 million “Deming Project.” A month later, Bethesda Corp. and the Terre Haute Housing Authority began rehabilitation of the hotel into 109 apartments for low-income elderly and the handicapped, with completion set for December 1979. In February 2014, it was announced that Core Redevelopment had acquired the 100 year old building. The Deming will undergo a six million dollar renovation with a move-in day of August 2015!
Wabash Senior Housing - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Terre Haute, IN - 47807
Contact Phone: (812) 235-8058
Details: Wabash Senior Housing is composed of 25 centrally located single story efficiencies and one bedroom units available to senior citizens 62 years of age and older.
Warren Village - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Terre Haute, IN - 47807
Contact Phone: (812) 232-1381