PALMDALE – Wright Brothers Apartments at Transit Village, the City of Palmdale’s new housing development located near the Palmdale Transportation Center, is accepting applications for one, two and three bedroom apartments.
Interested persons may pick up an application at the City of Palmdale’s Neighborhood House #1, located at 503 East Avenue Q3, during the hours of Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm and Saturday 10am to 2pm.
“Wright Brothers Apartments at Transit Village will provide affordable and market-rate housing specific to the needs of commuting workforce households,” said Palmdale’s Director of Neighborhood Services Mike Miller. “In addition to increasing our supply of affordable housing, it has created a beautiful extension of the Palmdale Transportation Center.”
Located on the north side of Avenue Q at 4th Street East in Palmdale, the first phase will comprise of a 156-unit, four-story apartment complex that features covered parking, open courtyard, laundry facilities on site, recreation room, business center/computer lab, elevators, balconies, stove/refrigerator/dishwasher and community swimming pool.
Monthly rent will range from $648 – $932 for a one bedroom; $932 – $1,119 for a two bedroom; and $1,076 – $1,292 for a 3 bedroom apartment.
“Whether you commute by bus, rail or a park and ride plan, the new Wright Brothers Court Apartments at Transit Village are located within walking distance of the Palmdale Transportation Center,” said District Property Manager Mary Keshishian. “Residents will be close to parks, the Palmdale Playhouse and Legacy Commons for Active Seniors for entertainment and recreational programs, while the Antelope Valley Mall, the preeminent retail destination as well as other shopping centers, are all only five minutes away.”
Phase 2, which will feature 122 townhomes, is expected to be under construction in early 2014.
For more information, call 661-480-7373.
(Information via press release from the city of Palmdale.)
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