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RENTAL PROPERTIES

 


Snow Belt Housing owns ten apartment buildings and manages five others. The owned apartments by Snow Belt Housing are affordable housing, and, unless otherwise indicated, are subject to Section 8 income and rental guidelines.  The apartments managed by Snow Belt Housing are for the handicapped and the elderly only.


The income eligibility limits for tenancy for most rental apartments are based on income limits for affordability.


All apartment applications are available at the Snow Belt Housing Company, Inc. office at 7500 South State Street, Lowville, New York 13367. You may call the office at (315) 376-2639 and one will be sent to you.

To be on the waiting list or for an application for Valley View Courts and/or Steeple View Courts, please contact Tracey Murray at (315) 376-7376.


REGULAR APARTMENTS
Owned by Snow Belt Housing

Snow Belt Headquarters Building

Snow Belt is located on the corner of South State Street and Water Street along Mill Creek in the Village of Lowville. Snow Belt moved into its current space in 1986 after renovating the abandoned structure into office space and two apartment units. Additional upgrades were performed in 2011, including updated kitchens and bathrooms. The upstairs apartments each have two bedrooms and include kitchen appliances, off-street parking, water, sewer, garbage removal, and snow removal are provided. Tenants pay their own electric and natural gas heating costs. Rental rates are based on income at initial occupancy of 60% of area median income. Tenant pays electric and natural gas heating costs.

Current Vacancies: 0xx

Sunburst

This two-unit, three-bedroom townhouse on Main Street in the Village of Copenhagen was constructed in 1987 on a site donated to Snow Belt by the United Church of Copenhagen. An oil-fired hot water boiler system and vinyl siding were added in 1997. The units have wall-to-wall carpeting, kitchen appliances, storage, large yard with grounds keeping, water, sewer, garbage removal, and off-street parking. Rental rates are based on income at initial occupancy of 60% of area median income. Tenants pay their own utilities, including fuel oil.

Current Vacancies: 0xx

Elm Tree

This three-unit apartment building, located on Elm Street in the Village of Lowville, contains two, two-bedroom units and one, three-bedroom unit. Each unit includes kitchen appliances, large yard with grounds keeping, off-street parking, snow removal, water, sewer, and garbage removal. Tenants pay their own electric and natural gas heat, which was added in 2008. Rents are at low HOME rent for tenants with incomes of 60% of area median income. Tenant pays their own electric and natural gas heating costs.

Current Vacancies: 0xx

Beaver Lodge

This duplex is located on the Cut-Off Road in the Hamlet of Beaver Falls. This building was rehabilitated in 2008. The units have three bedrooms and rent includes kitchen appliances, water, sewer, garbage removal, storage, large yard with grounds keeping, and off-street parking. Both units are rented at the low HOME rent. Tenants pay their own electric and natural gas heat costs.

Current Vacancies: 0xx

Pinecrest Manor

This property is located on Cataract Street in the Village of Copenhagen. This apartment building has four units; two two-bedrooms and two with one bedroom, including one handicap accessible unit. Units have carpeting, kitchen appliances, and include water, sewer, garbage removal, off-street parking, heat, large yard with grounds keeping, and snow removal. Tenants pay between 30-48% of income for rent and are responsible for electric.

Current Vacancies: 0xx

Easton Terrace

This two-unit building on Easton Street in the Village of Lowville contains one four-bedroom and one one-bedroom unit. This building was rehabilitated in 2008. Apartments have kitchen appliances and rent includes water, sewer, off-street parking, large yard with grounds keeping, and storage. Rental rates are based on income at initial occupancy of 60% of area median income. Tenants pay their own utilities, including natural gas heat.

Current Vacancies: 0xx

Center Street

This five-unit apartment building includes a laundry room on site and located on Center Street in Lyons Falls. There are four one-bedroom units and one two-bedroom unit. Apartments have kitchen appliances, oil heat, and rent includes heat, water, sewer, garbage removal, off-street parking, snow removal, grounds keeping, and storage. Tenants pay their own electric.

Current Vacancies: 0xx

Domingo Project

This is a side-by-side duplex with four bedrooms each on South State Street in the Village of Lowville. Both units are targeted to families with incomes at 50% or less of area median income. Rent includes water, sewer, garbage removal, grounds keeping, and snow removal. Each unit has new kitchen appliances and off-street parking. Tenants are responsible for heat and electric costs. Other improvements include new energy efficient windows and doors, vinyl siding, insulation, new vinyl deck, and total replacement of outdated electrical and plumbing systems and fixtures, including natural gas boilers and hot water heaters, carpet, and wall treatment. Tenant is responsible for electric and natural gas heating costs.

Current Vacancies: 0xx

Mill Creek

These buildings are located on Water Street in the Village of Lowville. Both buildings are targeted to families with incomes at 50% or less of area median income. Rent includes water, sewer, garbage removal, grounds keeping, and snow removal. Each unit has new kitchen appliances, off street parking. Tenants are responsible for heat, which is natural gas and electric costs. Other improvements include new efficient windows and doors, central air conditioning, vinyl siding, insulation, complete electrical updates, new plumbing systems and fixtures, new natural gas boilers, new hot water heaters, carpet, and wall treatment. One building has five (5) three bedroom apartments and one apartment is a three (3) bedroom handicapped accessible all ground level apartment while the second building has five (5) two bedroom apartments. Tenant is responsible for electric and natural gas heating costs.

Current Vacancies: 0xx

All apartments have varying income limits.  Contact Snow Belt Housing with any questions at (315) 376-2639.


ELDERLY & HANDICAPPED APARTMENTS 
Managed by Snow Belt Housing


Sackets Harbor Heights

This twenty (20) unit complex located at 211 Woolsey Street in Sackets Harbor is now being managed by Snow Belt Housing Company, Inc. The village of Sackets Harbor Housing Authority owns the facility and rental subsidies are provided by the NYS Rural Rental Assistance Program. Tenants pay 30% of their income for rent and utilities. The units are one bedroom and include kitchen appliances, carpeting, water, sewer, off-street parking, individual storage units, large yard with grounds keeping and snow removal. Laundry rooms and a commnuity room are available on-site. Tenants must be income eligible and be age 62 or older or disabled of any age. One-month basic rent for security deposit is required. Tenant is responsible for utilities which includes electric heat. **THERE IS NO SMOKING IN THE COMMON AREAS**

Current Vacancies: 2xx


High Falls Apartments
This twelve(12)-unit secure complex located on Cherry Street in Lyons Falls was built in 1987 with a loan from Farmers Home Administration (now Rural Development). The Lyons Falls Housing Development Fund Company owns the facility and rental subsidies are provided. Tenants pay 30% of their income for rent and utilities. The units have one bedroom and include kitchen appliances, carpeting, gas heat, water, sewer, off-street parking, large yard with grounds keeping, and snow removal. A laundry room, lounge, and community room are available on-site.  Tenants must be income-eligible and be over 62 years old or be handicapped or disabled of any age. One-month basic rent for security deposit is required. Tenant is responsible for electric.
**THERE IS NO SMOKING INSIDE THE BUILDING**

Current Vacancies: 2xx

Whitton Place Apartments

This twelve(12)-unit complex located on East Main Street in Port Leyden was built in 1987 with a loan from Farmers Home Administration (now Rural Development). The South Lewis Housing Development Fund Company owns the facility and rental subsidies are provided. Tenants pay 30% of their income for rent and utilities. The units are one bedroom and include kitchen appliances, carpeting, water, sewer, oil heat, off-street parking, large yard with grounds keeping, and snow removal. A laundry room, lounge, and community room are available on-site. Tenants must be income eligible and be over 62 years old or be handicapped or disabled of any age. One-month basic rent for security deposit is required. Tenant is responsible for electric. **THERE IS NO SMOKING INSIDE THE BUILDING**

Current Vacancies: 0xx


Sunrise Valley Apartments

This fourteen(14)-unit complex located on Josephine Street in DeKalb Junction is now being managed by Snow Belt Housing Company, Inc. DeKalb Housing Development Fund Company owns the facility and rental subsidies are provided by the NYS Rural Rental Assistance Program. Tenants pay 30% of their income for rent and utilities. The units are one bedroom and include kitchen appliances, carpeting, water, sewer, off-street parking, large yard with grounds keeping, and snow removal. A laundry room, lounge, and community room are available on-site. Tenants must be income eligible and be over 62 years old or be handicapped or disabled of any age. One-month basic rent for security deposit is required. Tenant is responsible for utilities.  **THERE IS NO SMOKING INSIDE THE BUILDING**

Current Vacancies: 0xx

Steeple View Courts

This fourteen(14)-unit complex located on George Street in Croghan is now being managed by Snow Belt Housing Company, Inc.  The Croghan Housing Development Fund Company owns the facility and rental subsidies are provided.  Tenants pay 30% of their income for rent and utilities.  The units are one bedroom and include kitchen appliances, carpeting, water, sewer, off-street parking, large yard with grounds keeping, and snow removal.  A laundry room, lounge and community room are available on-site.  Tenants must be income eligible and be over 62 years old or be handicapped or disabled of any age.  One-month rent for security deposit is required.  Tenant is responsible for utilities.  (To be on the waiting list for Valley View Courts and Steeple View Courts, please contact Tracey Murray at (315) 376-7376) **THERE IS NO SMOKING INSIDE THE BUILIDING**
Current Vacancies:
0xx


Valley View Courts

This eighty(80)-unit complex located on River Street in the Village of Lowville is now being managed by Snow Belt Housing Company, Inc.  The Village of Lowville Housing Authority owns the facility and rental subsidies are provided.  Tenants pay 30% of their income for rent and utilities.  The units are one bedroom and include kitchen appliances, carpeting, water, sewer, off-street parking, large yard with grounds keeping, and snow removal.  A laundry room, lounge and community room are available on-site.  Tenants must be income eligible and be over 62 years old or be handicapped or disabled of any age.  One-month rental for security deposit is required.  Tenant is responsible for utilities. (To be on the waiting list for Valley View Courts and Steeple View Courts, please contact Tracey Murray at (315) 376-7376) **THERE IS NO SMOKING INSIDE THE BUILDING**
Current Vacancies:
0xx


SMOKING POLICY: Smoking shall be prohibited in all enclosed areas of High Falls, Whitton Place, Sunrise Valley Apartments, and Steeple View Courts. This includes, but is not limited to, the Community room, all common areas, individual apartments, hallways, restrooms and any other enclosed areas. Smoking is also prohibited within 25 feet of any entrance, exit, open window, or air intake of the building. This no smoking policy shall be effective October 1, 2007 for current residents and effective immediately for new residents. This policy applies to all residents, guests, workers, and employees. Residents who violate this policy will be subject to a lease violation and possible termination of tenancy in accordance with the provisions of the lease.

Tenants for these apartments are selected from a waiting list with priority given to very low income applicants.  We are always taking applications for our waiting lists so please contact Snow Belt Housing with any questions or to find out how to get on the waiting list at (315) 376-2639. REMINDER: To be on the waiting list or for an application for Valley View Courts and/or Steeple View Courts, please contact Tracey Murray at (315) 376-7376.

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