The Rosa Parks Villas, where Crenshaw meets Interstate 10, is now accepting applications from those 62 years of age or older with an annual household income lower than $38,000 for a couple or $33,000 for solo. Section 8 vouchers accepted.

Rosa Parks Villas have recreation and community rooms, a gym, laundry facilities, elevators, gated parking, cable-ready wiring, central air and heat, and a "beautiful gazebo."

It also has an intercom entry-system and is adjacent to METRO routes. The brochure also says "convenient elevations."

Rosa Parks Villas is a 60-unit apartment building with 51 one-bedroom and nine two-bedroom/two bath plans.

Homes include the stove and refrigerator and an emergency pull-cord system.

Rosa Parks Villas Leasing Office
2514 South Crenshaw Blvd.
(213) 494-7695

Open 1 to 8 pm, Monday to Saturday

Tags: affordable, crenshaw, housing, low-income

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