Our one-bedroom and efficiency apartments are subsidized through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under section 202. The head of household or spouse must be 62 or older. Ten percent of the apartments have ADA accessible features. The apartments are reserved for people of any age (over 18) with a mobility impairment. Rent is based on resident’s income and is calculated at 30% of their adjusted gross monthly income. All utilities except the telephone are included in their monthly rent.

Financial eligibility requirements must be met for all subsidized apartments. Our apartments are an Equal Housing Opportunity.

John Sparks Manor –Floor Plan
Opened in 1982 – 85 one-bedroom apartments with indoor corridors

Gene Miller Manor –Floor Plan
Opened in 1989 – 56 one-bedroom apartments and 20 efficiency apartments

Larry Moore Manor – Floor Plan
Opened in 1978 – 110 one-bedroom apartments

Garden Terrace- Floor Plan
Opened in 1990 – 15 one-bedroom and 5 efficiency villa-style apartments

For more information or to apply for an affordable apartment at Christian City, please contact the resident manager for the building in which you are interested.

Larry Moore Manor – Gail Potts – 770.703.2626 – gpotts@christiancity.org

John Sparks Manor – Rebecca Mims – 770.703.2671 – rmims@christiancity.org

Gene Miller Manor or Garden Terrace – Emily Maynard – 770.969.2121 – emaynard@christiancity.org

Services Available On Campus

(Fees are charged for applicable services)

Activities for Mind, Body & Spirit

  • Heated, indoor swimming pool and spa
  • Fitness Center
  • Lecture series
  • Live music series
  • Bible studies & more

Full Continuum of Care for Seniors on Campus

Healthcare

  • Award-winning Physical Therapy Services
  • Free Prescription Delivery from on-campus Pharmacy

Arts Alliance 

  • Programs such as our Coffee & Classics Event featuring live music, coffee, and refreshments.
    Presented monthly on campus at the Welcome Center.

Spiritual Care

  • Chapel services available on campus
  • Bible studies available on campus

Dining Options

  • Three meals available daily in a variety of settings

Volunteering

  • Volunteer opportunities in a variety of areas across campus

Transportation

  • Transportation regularly scheduled for on-campus activities and events as well as shopping, banking, and off-site social events.

Hair Salon

  • Hair and beauty care for our residents

Amenities

  • Dog park
  • Community garden
  • Library
  • Neighborhood gathering places
  • Campus patrol

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