Town Park Village I

Low Income Housing
Miami, FL
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1680 NorthWest 4th Avenue
Miami, FL - 33136

(305) 573-5788 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Dperez@carrfour.org

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About Town Park Village I

This is a HUD funded apartment. HUD rent subsidies apply. Currently Town Park Village I has 151 subsidized apartments out of a total of 151 apartments. Occupancy status: Ready for Occupancy. The apartment was built in 1986. Housing program available: Rental Assistance HUD | Section 236.

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