Mosaico

1396 NW 36th Street, Miami, FL 33142, USA

Mosaico

1396 NW 36th Street, Miami, FL 33142, USA

Overview

  • Story
  • 13
  • Units
  • 271
  • Accessible Units
  • 17


Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Property

Description

Introducing Mosaico, a newly constructed affordable housing community for seniors 62+ in the Allapattah neighborhood of Miami. Developed and managed by Elderly Housing Development and Operations Corporation (“EHDOC”) in partnership with Integra Investments, Mosaico offers 271 comfortable over-sized studios and one-bedroom unfurnished apartments with awesome views and an array of amenities, supportive services and friendly neighbors.


EHDOC has advocated for the well-being of low-income seniors since 1996. Our goal is to create quality affordable housing that helps senior citizens age in-place with dignity, while encouraging healthy living, happiness, and a living environment of quiet enjoyment and independence. Our caring and professional on-site staff are ready to welcome you home.

Amenities

Hurricane Impact Windows
Modern Kitchens with Quartz Countertops & Stainless Steel Appliances
Elegant Bathrooms with Zero-Entry Showers
Bedroom Ceiling Fans
Premium Roll-Down Window Coverings
Optional Leased Washer & Dryer In Unit
ADA Accessible Units Available

Community Features

Community Room
Health/Wellness Room
Fitness Center
Computer Lab
Library
Laundry Room
Rooftop Garden
Resident Activities
Supportive Services
On-site Management Office
Pet Friendly
24/7 Controlled Entry Access
Covered Garage Parking

Services 

Hot Lunches Daily
Blood Pressure and Glucose Screenings
Exercise Classes
Board Games, Television, Reading Material
Daily Transportation to Publix Supermarket
Monthly Food Distribution
Monthly Blood Pressure, Cholesterol and Health Lectures

Pet Policy

Pets are welcome. Contact the Community Manager for more information.

Service Coordinator

Manuel DelValle

Hours of Management Office operation:

Monday through Friday
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

 

How to Apply

There are several ways to apply for residency.

  1. In-Person Application: Please stop by our Management Office for an application from our staff.

  2. Over the Phone Application Request: Please call our Management Office if you would like an application mailed to you.

  3. Email Application: Please request an application to be emailed to you by filling out the "Inquire about this Property" section with your name, phone, and email. Type your request for an emailed application in the Message box there.


The online application is not available at this moment.
  • Address 1396 NW 36th Street
  • City Miami
  • State/county Florida
  • Zip/Postal Code 33142
  • Country United States

Contact Information

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Inquire About This Property


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:

  1. The reason the application was denied;
  2. State the applicant has the right to respond to the owner within fourteen days of the date of the denial notice to dispute in writing the denial or the applicant can request a meeting to dispute the denial and;
  3. State persons with disabilities have the right to request a reasonable accommodation to participate in the informal hearing process.
If a meeting is requested the meeting will be conducted by a staff person who was not involved in the initial decision to deny admission. Within five business days after receipt of the written response or meeting, the owner will advise the applicant in writing of the final decision on eligibility. If you feel that you have been discriminated against during this application process, please call the EHDOC main office at (954) 835-9200 and speak with Terri Hill, 504 Coordinator. Dial 711 for Voice Relay Services.

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