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Low Income Housing and Subsidized Apartments in Lebanon, PA

Below is the listing of 8 affordable apartments and low-income housing in Lebanon, PA. 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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Brookside Gardens - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family )
Location: Lebanon, PA - 17042
Contact Phone: (717) 273-4566

Highland Glen - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family )
Location: Lebanon, PA - 17042
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Highland Glen - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: Lebanon, PA - 17042
Contact Phone: (717) 272-2103

Lebanon Townhouses - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly )
Location: Lebanon, PA - 17406
Contact Phone: (717) 273-4566

Lebanon Village Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family )
Location: Lebanon, PA - 17046-8417
Contact Phone: (717) 272-9589

Poplar Terrace - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly )
Location: Lebanon, PA - 17042-6760
Contact Phone: (717) 273-3337
Details: We have 71 one-bedroom units and 6 two-bedroom units. Six of these apartments are specifically designed for persons with disabilities. Poplar Terrace is our only building that has balconies on several floors and a beautifully enclosed Solarium with a large circle window located on the seventh floor providing a spectacular view of the City from different angles. Even though we are in the City, there are many mature trees and lots of grass surrounding the building. Rents are figured at 30% of income and HUD regulations and income limits apply.
Tulpehocken Terrace - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly )
Location: Lebanon, PA - 17067-1416
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Details: In June, 1992, Community Homes opened Tulpehocken Terrace, a four story mid-rise. It is located at 101 West Richland Avenue in Myerstown, PA. We have 35 one-bedroom units with 11 Studio apartments, four of the one-bedroom units are specifically designed for persons with disabilities. These units feature walk in showers easily accessible for persons using a wheelchair. We have a nice country setting with the Tulpehocken Creek running next to our property and meadow land along the back of the building where one can see the cows and farms in the area. Looking east while relaxing in the community room, you will see the Myerstown Recreation Park where the residents may share a quiet, relaxing day with other Myerstown residents. We are also located 1 1/2 blocks from the senior lunch site which is held at the church on Richland Avenue. Rents are figured at 30% of income and HUD regulations and income limits apply. This is the only project Community Homes has that is not in the City of Lebanon. This property will be ideal for those who prefer a Country Setting.
Willow Terrace - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly )
Location: Lebanon, PA - 17042-5026
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Details: Community Home's first project was Willow Terrace which opened in May, 1972. Senior Housing was something new in town at that time, and we had long waiting lists of people who needed this type of housing. Willow Terrace, an eleven story high-rise, is centrally located in beautiful downtown Lebanon at 800 Willow Street. Our Willow Terrace residents have easy access to the Farmers’ Market, churches, downtown shopping area, banks, COLT bus transportation..., all within walking distance. Both the COLT bus and mini bus stop at our front door. We will be installing computer centers by September, 2001 to assist our residents with using the Internet as a means of acquiring additional information for themselves or their families. From the upper floors, you can see the mountains surrounding the City of Lebanon and know why we are called Lebanon Valley. You can see Coleman's Park, Sunset Market, Lebanon High Football Stadium, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Good Samaritan Hospital, Poplar Terrace, and many other interesting landmarks throughout the City. The view is beautiful, especially on a day when we have snow falling. It looks like a picture postcard. The view is worth a thousand words. Willow Terrace has 68 studio apartments and 32 one-bedroom apartments. Rents are figured at 30% of income and HUD regulations and income limits apply. During 2001, we will completely renovate all the common areas with new carpeting, new furniture, new lighting.... The exterior will be totally landscaped and the entrances will be enhanced. We have also been remodeling our apartment units by installing showers, mirrored glass closet doors, additional lighting in the kitchen areas....