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One West Penn - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Carlisle, PA - 17013
Contact Phone: (717) 249-7797
Details: One West Penn Apartments is located at 1 W. Penn St. in Carlisle, PA 17013. One West Penn is designated for individuals who are 62 years of age or older and individuals 62 years of age and older who are mobility-impaired. The building includes 130 one-bedroom units. It is located in Carlisle Borough within Downtown Carlisle. Residents pay for electric and phone/cable and the landlord pays for water, sewer and trash service. One West Penn offers laundry facilities as well as multiple common areas that allow for activities. One West Penn also offers a fitness center on the bottom floor that is operated by the YMCA as well as a kitchen that can be reserved for meetings & get-togethers. Furthermore, many events take place at the building, such as health clinics, yoga & meditation lessons, bingo etc. There is a full-time Supportive Services Coordinator on staff that is able to hook residents up with needed services or assist them with supportive listening etc. Tenants pay 30% of their monthly adjusted income in rent and utilities.