Tuesday, December 21, 2010
La Terraza Now Accepting Applications
Melrose continues to rise as more luxury units come online and new developments are completed. Originally slated to be cooperative apartments but converted to rentals before construction due to the tanking economy, La Terraza , located at Third Avenue and East 158th Street, is now accepting applications for its 84 rental units.
The units will feature hardwood floors, energy star appliances and even outdoor terraces (thus the Spanish name of La Terraza - The Terrace). Of the 84 units, only 3 will be for low-income families and the remainder 81 units will be for middle income households. Apartment size range from studio units to three bedroom apartments.
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Posted by The Mayor of Melrose at 3:59 PM
Labels: Real Estate, Rentals
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when will the lottery start?
Not exactly sure. Best thing is to go to their website and give them a call or send them an email
It's a shame that it is only for low income families because you have working people looking for great apts as these and because they chose to work for a living and there income is a little greater then what is being asked can not get into these apts.
I've been looking for something better than where I live now! I would even settle for smaller rooms! Truthfully,..I need an apartment like yesterday. And La Terraza appartments is the only apartment where I actually meet the income standards!
I pray to God he blesses me with good housing that I can afford.
As a single mom raising a teenage boy, I need all the help I can get! lol His feet are large, his apetite is large and we are out growing our apartment. Which I sublease by the way.
Can somebody tell me...if this blog started in 2010, why are they still posting apartments for rent?
Did they not get a good response? If not then forget the lottery and put me in today! I'm packed and ready to move! Money in hand!
I think it is really good that you have some units for low-income households. They are doing that all over the world. In Argentina for instance, there is a division like that in the Buenos Aires rent. If you want to get an apartement in the city, they ask you your income and thy can get you something that suits your need perfectly!
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