Life at the Liberty Bank Building
Units at Liberty Bank building were designed to be affordable to everyday people.
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 verified applicants’ incomes. You can find the different income ranges we consider here. The levels change year to year. If you are interested in applying for housing, check here for any newly available apartments listed by the building manager, Community Roots Housing.
Here are a few highlights:
Units are income restricted and open to people earning between earning between 30%, 50%, and 60% of the area median income.
Room to grow
115 affordable homes in a mix of studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units.
Energy efficient lighting throughout all units, low-flow water fixtures in kitchens and baths, and other modern amenities.
A 3,000 square foot rooftop deck with commanding views of the neighborhood, an outside courtyard on the ground floor.
Walking distance to numerous grocers, parks, schools, and five bus lines. Secure indoor bike storage.
A hub for local businesses
2,695 square feet of commercial space for local businesses.
Interested in more about leasing at Liberty Bank Building? See the leasing page.