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Stability

AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING

Primavera is committed to providing solutions for affordable housing options to individuals and families. Building upon the first stepping-stone toward self-sufficiency, eager participants transition into a stable existence that ensures fair access to safe, affordable housing. 12 multi-family permanent rental properties are owned and managed, supporting the foundation that participants need to achieve maximum potential.


Apply for Rental Housing

Please contact the leasing manager at each property for eligibility requirements. Rates listed below are as of July 1, 2019.

Take a look at a sample of some of our rental properties. Click on the thumbnails below to view the photos larger.


DOWNTOWN AREA

Catalina House

(520) 390-9379
Rent - $500/month, utilities included / $500 security deposit
Applicants must income-qualify at 80% or below Area Median Income (AMI).

  • furnished rooms / newly remodeled shared bathrooms (one person at a time) & common areas
  • amenities: central a/c, on-site laundry facilities, off-street parking at no additional charge, & located in the downtown area within close proximity to public transportation and shopping
  • features: community garden
  • drug-free environment with support services available by request

SOUTH OF DOWNTOWN AREA

Alamo Apartments ​​​​​​

(520) 882-5383  x119
733 S. Stone Ave.
Rent - $275-600/month, utilities included / $275-600 security deposit
Applicants must income-qualify at 80% or below Area Median Income (AMI).

  • furnished, efficiency apartments
  • amenities: on-site laundry facilities & close proximity to transportation
  • drug-free environment with support services available by request

Five Points

(520) 882-5383  x119
Rent - $390/month, utilities & WiFi included / $390 security deposit
Applicants must income-qualify at 80% or below Area Median Income (AMI).

  • furnished, private rooms / resident shares a bathroom with one other person with a common kitchen, & dining/living room areas
  • features: community garden
  • support services available by request

Las Abuelitas Family Housing & Community Center

Nationally-Acclaimed, Award-Winning Property

(520) 882-5383  x160
440 E. 26th St.
Rent - $564-$859/month / $564-859 security deposit
Applicants must income-qualify.

  • unfurnished, two- and three-bedroom apartments with 1 ¾ bath
  • amenities: solar energy-efficient units, air conditioning, washer and dryer, & walled patio
  • features: on-site community center with computer lab, solar-covered parking, community garden, playground, & basketball court
  • support services available by request

UNIVERSITY AREA

Women in Transition (WIT)

(520) 882-5383  x119
Rent - $285/month, utilities included / $285 security deposit of $285
Applicants must income-qualify.

  • furnished rooms / shared bathrooms & common areas for unaccompanied women
  • amenities: air-conditioned units, on-site laundry facilities, & off-street parking at no additional charge
  • drug- and alcohol-free environment with support services available by request

REID PARK AREA

Winstel Terrace Apartments

(520) 747-7751
2191 S. Winstel Ave.​
Rent - $425/month, utilities included / $425 security deposit
Applicants must income-qualify at 80% or below Area Median Income (AMI).

  • fully-furnished, junior one-bedroom apartments
  • amenities: air-conditioned units, off-street parking at no additional charge, & on-site laundry facilities
  • features: community garden
  • drug-free environment with support services available by request

Las Casitas Apartments

(520) 747-7751
3644 E. 4th St.
Rent - $485/month / $485 security deposit
Applicants must income-qualify.

  • unfurnished, two-bedroom apartments with 1 ¾ bath
  • amenities: washer/dryer hook-up, on-site laundry facilities, fireplace, dishwasher, walled patio, & off-street parking at no additional charge
  • support services available by request

Meet Barbara

Eight years ago, she lived in the Santa Cruz river bed.

A tree away, a former participant introduced her to Primavera.

As a victim of a hate crime one Friday night, she was beaten with a bat so severely, it landed her in the hospital.

Now, she is a receptionist at Primavera, a resident at Alamo Apartments, and is building her credit to buy a home.

This is the most calmness she’s ever had. “I’m very grateful for Primavera helping me,” she said. “Otherwise, I’d be dead.”

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