Cypress Gardens is one of the Housing Authority’s oldest public senior housing facilities and is home for low-income persons whose backgrounds span the globe. In addition to an inviting rose-dappled courtyard with park benches and a large recreation room, residents also have access to the Cypress Senior Center right next door.
Please note: this property requires that the household’s minimum age is 55 years old.
Year Completed: 1984
Development Type: 125 units; Senior Housing; New construction
Population Served: Seniors with a minimum age requirement of 55
Unit Mix: 125 units (111 one-bedroom units, 14 two-bedroom units)
Financing: 100% HUD financed
Architect: Marvin Bamburg Associates
Total Rehabilitation Cost: $6,977,803
Rental Assistance: Tax-credit project with Project-Based Section 8 voucher program assistance.
Income Requirements: Households must be within the 50% category of the Section 8/Public Housing Income Limits.
Pets: Pets are allowed at this property, with a $300 pet fee per pet (max of 2).
Smoking: No smoking is allowed in the apartments, grounds or common areas. Smokers must exit the property to smoke.