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Matteson Senior Apartments - One Bedroom - Matteson SENIOR Apartments is a RD - LIHTC property where income needs to be below a certain number in order to qualify for our rental rates, those numbers are as follows:
1 Person= $30,540
2 Person= $34,860
3 Person =$39,240
4 Person= $43,560
Matteson Street Apts are a great community for todays active senior!
We have very spacious one bedrooms floorplans.
There is a game room and lounge area for socializing.
Laundry room on site, extra storage, intercom and emergency call system in every unit.
This is a small friendly community and a great place to call home!
Rent based on income.
Elderly Housing: 62 years of age or older
Disabled regardless of age
Barrier free units (call for availability)
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