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Harvard Towers, constructed in 1961, is a ten-story high-rise with two elevators servicing senior and disabled residents. It is made up of efficiency and one-bedroom apartments. It is conveniently close to shopping on Connecticut Avenue near the Adams Morgan community. Many units have a beautiful view overlooking Rock Creek Park. There are laundry facilities, a recreation room, community room, and a senior lunch program. It also is across from the National Zoo.
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Since this property is owned and managed by a Public Housing Authority, all of the rents at this property are based on tenant incomes. Tenants will make a monthly contribution toward rent equal to 30% of their adjusted income. A housing authority may establish a minimum rent of up to $50.
Generally, households earning up to the income limit in the table below for their household size are eligible for units participating in a HUD rental assistance program in Washington but actual income limits may differ for units at Harvard Towers.
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These general income qualifications for Washington, District Of Columbia should only be used as a basic guide. To find out if you qualify, contact the community directly.
You can usually make up to 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI) to be eligible for a HUD-Assisted Housing unit, but income qualification tiers for this community may be different due to various policies.
Harvard Towers receives rental subsidies through HUD-Assisted Housing for some or all of its apartments. Some units may be designated as market rate housing. Market rate units would have no subsidies or income restrictions.
Harvard Towers is managed by District of Columbia Housing Authority.