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We display monthly rates for the apartments when possible. Most of subsidized apartments base the rent on income, therefore, you will need to contact the apartment directly for rates. We list all pertinent contact information.
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808 berry place offers 81 low income one, two and three bedroom units. This is a low income housing tax credit community and will have rent and income restrictions based on the area median income.hours of operation:mon-thÂ 10:00 am - 7:00 pm, fri-s
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