The Building – Liberty Bank Building
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The Building

Life at the Liberty Bank Building

Units at Liberty Bank building are designed to be affordable to everyday people.

For example, rents for a studio may range between $471 and $942 a month, depending on your income. One bedroom units may range between $504 and $1,008, and two bedroom units may range between $605 and $1,210 a month, depending on income.

 

Our units are income restricted.

That means you have to make a below a certain amount in order to qualify. As part of the leasing process we will need to verify your income.  You can find the different income ranges we consider here. Note – these numbers are valid for 2016. The levels change year to year and will likely be different by the time we start signing up tenants for the Liberty Bank Building.

 

The design and development of the Liberty Bank Building is still ongoing, but here are a few highlights.
  • Affordable rents

    Units are income restricted and open to people earning between earning between 30%, 50%, and 60% of the area median income (between $31,650 and $54,180, depending on family size)

  • Room to grow

    115 homes affordable to everyday people - units will be a mix of studios, one bedroom, and two bedroom units.

  • Sustainable design

    Some features are planned (Energy efficient lighting throughout all units, very-low-flow water fixtures in kitchens and baths, etc.), while others will emerge during the development process.

  • Modern amenities

    A 3,000 square foot rooftop deck with commanding views of the neighborhood and an outside courtyard on the ground floor. Secure indoor bike storage.

  • Ideally located

    Walking distance to numerous grocers, parks, schools and five bus lines.

  • A hub for local businesses

    The building is currently designed with 2,695 square feet of commercial space for local businesses.

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