Quality, affordable, subsidized one- and two-bedroom apartments for individuals with visual impairments and/or permanent physical disability.
Excelsior Apartments Location
130 Central Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14206
130 Central Avenue at William in Buffalo off Bailey. This location is convenient to both Buffalo and Cheektowaga.
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24 units of comfortable, affordable housing with 20 one-bedroom and four two-bedroom apartments in a charming two-story building.
Pets shall be warm blooded and weigh no more than 30 pounds at the time of maturity and stand no more than 18 inches at the shoulders. Dogs acquired as puppies shall be understood to mature at a height and weight not to exceed these height and weight restrictions. American Kennel Club’s standards shall be used to determine these figures after maturity of the breed. A non-documented animal will be assumed to mature to that which has been determined by a veterinarian acceptable to the Management. The pet owner is responsible for providing this veterinarian evidence to the Management in the form of a signed letter. See full pet policy in link to the left in sub menu.
- Central air conditioning
- Well-lit, off-street parking
- Intercom entry system
- Call button for emergencies
- Stove and refrigerator
- Storage lockers
- Laundry facilities
- Community room
- A variety of design features to make daily living easier, with special emphasis on the needs of those with disabilities.
- Close to public transportation
- Service Coordinator
Rents and Annual Income Limits
$772/month for one bedroom
$772/month for two bedroom
Excelsior Apartments offers attractive living that you can afford. All rents are $720.00 and based on approximately 30% of your income. Limits do apply.
Applicants may be admitted only if an adult member of the household meets the U.S. Housing and Urban Development definition of disabled. For more information about this apartment complex and to learn if you qualify, contact Mackenzie Smith, site manager.
Household must include one family member with a permanent disability.