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Barton Towers Co-op, Royal Oak MI - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment

333 N. Troy St
ROYAL OAK MI, 48067
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Contact Phone: (248) 546-6292
Details: Barton Towers Co-op is located near downtown Royal Oak and is a 15 story, 210 unit senior community for affordable living ages 62 and over with limited underage apartments for mobility impaired members. Barton Towers is nationally recognized as “A Community of Quality” by the National Affordable Housing Management Association. The property was completed in 1983 and has been recently remodeled. Barton Towers is gradually transforming into a 100% smoke free co-op. While no one is allowed to smoke in any common area and within 25 feet of the building, there are approximately ten members who are still permitted to smoke in their own apartments because they signed a waiver prior to the full implementation of the new smoking rules. All new members as of 8/18/2012, are not allowed to smoke inside their own apartment. Resident members enjoy the peace and privacy of their secured apartments with all apartments above the first floor having walkout balconies overlooking downtown Royal Oak. Members enjoy activities such as line-dancing, bingo, monthly birthday celebrations, supper, holiday celebrations, Wii exercise, along with trips to nearby shopping malls, casinos, cider mills, and theaters. Barton Towers is conveniently located within two miles of the I-75 expressway and is near many local attractions such as the Detroit Zoo, Stagecrafter Theater, Royal Oak Farmer’s Market and the Emagine Theatre. Barton Towers is also within walking distance to various shops, drug stores, library, restaurants, art gallery and the local police and fire departments. Barton Towers is affordable for everyone. Rent is based on a percentage of the household's income.

Website: https://csi.coop/
Bedrooms Available: 210 One Bedroom Units
Property Type: Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment - Elderly
Utilities Included: Water, Heat
Pets Allow: Yes
20 lbs. and under
To apply: Visit the management office for the apartment.

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Latest Reviews, Comments, Questions for BARTON TOWERS CO-OP

Comment from justus on 2016-04-30 00:36:38: This review is so old all who lived at Barton Towers then are long dead. On the surface it is a beautiful building but since Mr.Wood left CSI the building has gone downhill in management which if it wanted to could prevent the senior on senior emotional abuse which pervades the building and has contributed to more than a few premature deaths. The key word is not what you did wrong but who you are that determines if you are allowed to stay. The have a board elected from the tenants that have the power to recommend eviction and they have used it, however most who are targeted sicken and die, or if they are lucky move. No one seems to care about their neighbor and the name coop is a hoax. The key words in Barton Tower is "fear of eviction" which can happen it you do not pass inspections which are too numerous and increasingly intrusive. You can buy immunity by becoming a volunteer, but if you are blind and have a seeing eye dog be prepared to be a target for complaints. Many unfortunates have had to endure the monthly board meetings where your bad report if you are ordered to appear is aired to floor representatives who are supposed to keep it secret which never happens as within one day everyone in the building will know you were called before the board. The first amendment does not exist and even speaking badly about BT is grounds for eviction according to your CSI lease although this is a HUD supported building.If you are neat and participate in the inspections of others residences and fit in with the cliques who are elected usually by default you will love Barton Towers. But do not get sick because this is a building for independent living and any officer with a witness may enter your apartment. All residents are encouraged to file incident reports.


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