This is a gated community with security cameras. There are gardening spaces for the residents. There are trash chutes on each floor and a trash room on first floor. There are great views from common areas on the 3rd and 4th floors of the Sandia Mountains to the east.
There is a spacious community room, a cozy library, with books donated by the Romero family, a small gym and washers and dryers on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors.
There are big box stores (Walmart, Sam’s, Home Depot) and lots of small corner stores all in walking distance or by bus. There are bus stops across the street from the building and on the side of the building that will take you to shopping areas along historic Route 66. There is also an International District nearby which offers foods and spices from all over the world.
Monthly food donations from ECHO and from Silver Horizons. Weekly bread donations from Angels Acts of Kindness.
Pets are welcome. Contact the Community Manager for more information.
Hours of Management Office operation:
Monday through Friday
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
There are several ways to apply for residency.
Fair Housing complaints about this property should be communicated to the local HUD office at Fort Worth Regional Office of FHEO, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 307 W. 7th Street, Suite 1000, Fort Worth, Texas 76102, Phone (800) 669-9777, TTY (817) 978-5595, Email: ComplaintsOffice06@hud.gov
Notice of Right to a Reasonable Accommodation
If you are a disabled individual who requires a change in, or exception to, a rule, policy, practice, or service to have an equal opportunity to use and enjoy our housing you may request this change as a Reasonable Accommodation. Your request can be made by contacting the Community Manager. The Community Manager will discuss the process with you and if necessary assist you in filling out a Reasonable Accommodation Request Form.
Appeal for Applicants Denied Tenancy
If your application is denied you will be notified in writing. The written notice will include: