Harford Senior Housing first opened to residents in 1982. The facility was originally sponsored by various churches and organizations of Harford County (Maryland) to provide housing for low income elderly. The building was financed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Harford Senior Housing, a three-story elevator building, consists of one hundred fifty four (154) apartment units (6 efficiency and 148 one-bedroom). Apartment and building features include individually controlled heating and air-conditioning units, wall to wall carpeting, kitchens' equipped with an electric stove and refrigerator, coin-operated laundry facilities, social rooms, emergency alarms, smoke detectors, community patio and parking area. Call 410-879-4450 for more information.
This apartment accepts HUD subsidies.
For HUD subsidized apartments, if you qualify for low income housing and they have available apartments, rent is based on 30% of your Adjusted Gross Income.
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