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Workforce Housing

Workforce Housing

Workforce Housing

Find the Perfect Fit

a rendering of the accent building in downtown

The Lowery is proud to provide dedicated apartments within the community as workforce housing. To qualify for this program, all applicants need to meet the standard qualifications and not exceed the Workforce Housing Income Limit of 80% AMI (Area Median Income) per the respective number of persons living in the home.

Workforce Housing Minimum Income Qualifications per Apartment
Studio 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom
Monthly Rent $1,430 $1,532 $1,838
Minimum Annual Combined Income $42,900 $45,960 $55,140
Workforce Housing Maximum Combined Income Limit
Number of Lease Holders 1 2 3 4 5
Maximum Annual Combined Income Limit $57,200 $65,350 $73,500 $81,650 $88,200
Example Scenarios:
Studio with 1 lease holder, total income limit between $42,900 and $57,200 annually.
One-bedroom with 2 lease holders, combined income limit between $45,960 and $65,350 annually.
Unit Type Lease Holders Monthly Rent Minimum Combined Income Maximum Combined Income
Studio 1 $1,430 $42,900 $57,200
Studio 2 $1,430 $42,900 $65,350
Studio 3 $1,430 $42,900 $73,500
1 Bedroom 1 $1,532 $45,960 $57,200
1 Bedroom 2 $1,532 $45,960 $65,350
1 Bedroom 3 $1,532 $45,960 $73,500
2 Bedroom 2 $1,838 $55,140 $63,350
2 Bedroom 3 $1,838 $55,140 $73,500
2 Bedroom 4 $1,838 $55,140 $81,650
2 Bedroom 5 $1,838 $55,140 $88,200

SAF - Workforce Housing

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • 566 Sq. Ft.

SBF - Workforce Housing

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • 587 Sq. Ft.

A4F - Workforce Housing

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 744 Sq. Ft.

A4AF - Workforce Housing

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 744 Sq. Ft.