Tucker HouseAffordable Independent Housing
Tucker House was constructed in two phases. Phase I was built in 1984 and Phase II was built in 1987-1988.
All apartments at Tucker House are subsidized by the HUD Section 8 program. Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent and included utilities.
Tucker House consists of 100 one bedroom apartments and 26 efficiency apartments. 14 apartments are designed for wheelchair and handicapped accessibility. All apartments feature full kitchens.
Special emphasis is placed on the security and safety of the residents. A security video system is installed that allows residents to observe the front entrance from the convenience of their apartment . A dial in system is located at the front entrance to allow guests to contact residents without gaining access to the building. All exterior doors are alarmed to alert staff and residents to unauthorized entry. A fire alarm and emergency call system is installed throughout the building with emergency pull cords installed in each apartment. A residential night manager/security is available during off hours.
A handsome veranda wraps around the front of Tucker House. The enclosed courtyard allows enjoyment of the outside in a safe and secure environment. Landscaping is extensive around the property.
Numerous multipurpose rooms are available to residents for meetings, arts and crafts, holiday dinners, chapel services and other activities. In addition, a laundry room is located in both Phase I & II.
Tucker House does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status, disability or marital status, sexual orientation or gender identity in the admission or access to or treatment or employment in its federally assisted programs and activities.