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Low Income Housing and Subsidized Apartments in Union, MO

Below is the listing of 2 affordable apartments and low-income housing in Union, MO. 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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Christa Court Apartments - Apartment (for Family)
Location: Union, MO - 63084
Contact Phone: (636) 583-4711
Details: Nice quiet cul-de-sac complex. 6 buildings, 12 one bedroom apartments and 12 2 bedroom apartments, all ground level. Plenty of parking, on site laundry facility, close to city park and pool.
Park Hills Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled )
Location: Union, MO - 63084
Contact Phone: (636) 584-0607
Details: According to DSFC’s Mission statement we are “committed to enhancing…community living options while promoting public awareness…” Park Hill Apartments became one of the fulfillments of that commitment in 2001. Located on North Washington Avenue near Independence Drive, Park Hill Apartments has 12 units housing 16 people. Those living there call themselves “neighbors”. The apartments are fully-equipped with all the amenities. There’s even a laundry area that brings money back into the operation of the apartments. The residents are quick to point out that is not “a home”, it’s “their home”. The residents meet every other month to plan for events and address any problems. They have an annual picnic and other parties. Residents are taught how to be safe in their own homes. They know how to put an emergency kit together and practice emergency drills as scheduled. These events promote public awareness in a most positive way. Park Hill Apartments is not for everyone. Residents must be over 18 and have a developmental disability that began before the age of 22. It is not a full care facility and you must have your own supports in place.