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Eastman Commons

1630 Dewey Avenue

Eastman Commons is a new community, with construction completed spring 2012. The community consists of 80 one-bedroom apartments, each unit is cable ready and equipped with central air. Eastman Commons is conveniently located on a bus line and offers on-site laundry facilities. The rent includes heat and 24-hour emergency maintenance service is available.

Eastman Commons provides 80 one-bedroom rental units where residents hold standard lease agreements. All resident incomes are below 60% of the area median income.

The project houses a unique mix of tenants in the Rochester area. Low income, single adults comprise 49% of the units and 51% are referred from local agencies. An array of supportive services is offered by a local social service provider to meet the needs of residents.

Property Details

Unit Accessibility (for modified Apartments)

Yes
No
Sidewalks
Wheelchair Accessible
Open Floorplan
First Floor Unit
Automatic Doors
Accessible Elevator
Deadbolt: Accessible
Bell or Door Knocker
Lever Style Door Handles
Intercom
Accessible Peephole
Widened Doorways
Flat or No Step Entry

Bathroom Accessibility

Yes
No
Grab Bars around Toilet
Raised Toilet
Lowered Toilet
“T” Turn or 60” radius
Seat in Shower
Roll in shower
Reinforced shower for Grab Bars
Shower Grab Bars
Under Vanity Clearance
Lower Vanity

Kitchen Accessibility

Yes
No
Eat In Kitchen
Open Floorplan
Wheelchair Accessible
Under Cabinet Clearance
Front Stove Controls
Lower Cabinets
Lower Countertops

Utilities Included

Yes
No
Water
Garbage Pickup
Cable
Electric
Heat

Amenities

Yes
No
Common Space
Laundry Hookups in Apt.
Laundry Onsite

Property Overview

Address:

1630 Dewey Avenue
Rochester, New York 14615

Google Map:

Main Contact:

Gerogeann Jenkins or Danielle Burke for Homeless/Disabled

Email:

Fax:

1-585-368-2029

Number of Bedrooms:

1

Rental Range:

$557/$603 for homeless/disabled

Security Deposit:

One Month

Property Website:

# of Accessible Units:

7 accessible, 41 disabled and homeless

Building Accessibility:

Building is Accessible

Location Details

Bus Routes:

Several on Mt. Read and Lake

Grocery Stores:

Tops, Dollar General

Expressway:

Near 390

Other:

Maplewood Park

Downloads

Floorplan Brochure

Waiting Lists

  • General Waitlist -3-6 months
  • Disabled and Homeless –less than 3 months

Additional Information

All one bedroom apartments.  The  minimum income is $1160 per month.  Requirements include credit check with less than 3K past due (no medical or student loans are counted), 5 years landlord references, criminal background check, no violent or drug charges.

For tenants who are homeless and disabled, the apartment includes a bed, night stand, dresser, table and 2 chairs Requirements include credit check with no more than 10K past due, 41 units available shelter plus care program, HEAP assistance is available.


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