Providence Housing Development Corp. has opened a new affordable housing development for senior citizens in Irondequoit.
According to a Dec. 18 press release from Providence, Durand Senior Apartments is for people age 55 and older and features 65 one-bedroom and five two-bedroom apartments. There are seven fully wheelchair accessible units, three units for hearing/visually impaired, and all apartments are handicap visitable or adaptable.
The apartments, located at 4225 and 4250 Culver Road, Irondequoit, replace vacant church lots next to Providence’s St. Salome Apartments and at the former location of Durand United Church of Christ. Apartments come with a fully equipped kitchen, a living/dining area, central air conditioning, individually controlled heat and electric, off-street parking, emergency call system, Intercom entry and elevator access.
The premises also houses St. Ann’s Adult Day Service at Durand, which will open in mid-January and provide medical and social adult-day-care services to the community.
For more information on the apartments or to apply, visit www.ProvidenceHousing.org/DurandSeniorApts.Tags: Catholic Charities, Monroe County East