Reviews of Senior Suites of Marquette Village
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June 27, 2014
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Features of Senior Suites of Marquette Village
- Minimum Rate: $936/month
- All Inclusive Rent
- Fee Structure Extra: Cha Choice Housing Voucher Program
Room and housing options
- 1-bedroom apartments
- Companion Suites: We Do Not Offer Companion Suites
- Studio Apartments
- In Room Kitchens
- Resident Transportation
- Party Space
- Tv Room
- Garden And Patio
- Resident Parking
- Private Cleaning Services
Technology and entertainment
- Technology Extra: Emergency Call System
- Offsite Activities
- Wii Sports
- Minimum Age: 62
- Pets: Small Pets Allowed
About Senior Suites of Marquette Village
Senior Suites of Marquette Village in Chicago offers 93 studio and one bedroom affordable senior apartment homes with an array of desirable amenities. Income qualified residents, 62 years old and better, enjoy complimentary laundry facilities, spacious, well appointed community areas designed for opportunities for social engagement and camaraderie as well as Wellness Everyday programs throughout the month. Schedule a tour and visit our Marquette Village affordable income housing community today.*Residents must financially qualify for the community and the apartment for which they reside. Rental rates are based on availability, the specific income designation for the specific apartment and the applicant’s income. Rate and income levels are determined and monitored by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.