Curlin Commons was initiated in 2007 as an affordable senior apartment community to honor Bishop William G. Curlin the 3rd Bishop of the Charlotte Diocese who is now retired and served from 1994 to 2002. Curlin Commons were made possible by receipt of Low Income Housing Tax Credits via a partnership with The Affordable Housing Group as co-developers. The apartments were completed with occupancy beginning in April, 2010.
Curlin Commons has 40 affordable independent living apartments for seniors 55 years old and with incomes approximately between $15,000 and $28,000 per year. There are full size 1 and 2 br apartments in the facility. The complex has a large community/kitchen room, a parlor, computer/library room, laundry rooms, separate storage rooms and a covered porch. It also has a Catholic decorated Chapel with seating for 40 that can be used by any denomination/faith.
Curlin Commons is located at
276 Overhead Bridge Rd.
The phone is (704) 664-1761 for more qualification and general information.
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