Crescent Park Apartments
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Closing Tax Credit Waiting List
Crescent Park Apartments announces the closing of the Tax Credit Waiting Lists for 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms, 3 bedroom & 4 bedroom to all new applicants. With exceptions for certain applicant categories as further defined below. The waiting list is being closed because it currently consists of more applications then the Property can reasonably serve within the next 18 to 24 months. The closure of the waiting lists is effective 12:00 p.m. Friday February 12, 2016 and shall remain in effect until further notice. New applications for 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms, 3 bedroom & 4 bedroom will not be accepted for the waiting lists after the closing date and time.
All applications must be completed and returned to the Management Office or postmarked before Friday February 12, 2016 to be added to the waiting lists. Public Notice will be provided when Crescent Park Apartments re-opens the waiting lists for Tax Credit for 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms, 3 bedroom & 4 bedrooms. All applications currently on the waiting lists will be processed according to the Tenant Selection Plan for Crescent Park Apartments. Applicants are placed on the waiting lists by date and time of application. Waiting lists updates on current applications will continue to be taken while the waiting lists are closed. It is important for applicants to keep their address and phone number updated with the Management Office and to respond to any notices sent by Crescent Park Apartments.
Unfortunately our Section 8 Waiting list has not opened yet. The Section 8 Waiting list has been closed since the year of 2011, but we are currently in the process of opening the list as soon as possible.
MAXIMUM and MINIMUM INCOME LIMITS APPLY. Section 8 is accepted. Crescent Park features 378 units in 24 residential buildings on nearly 25 acres. The site also features a large resource center and is adjacent to the largest park in the City of Richmond parks system. Crescent Park has had a comprehensive property renovation: interiors on each unit, exteriors, energy efficiency upgrades, enhanced community spaces, significantly larger community building (for extensive service and outreach programs), landscaping and site lighting. Conservation measures are also a substantial portion of this rehabilitation. EAH has worked to upgrade appliances, windows, furnaces, water heaters and light fixtures to more energy-efficient models. The rehabilitation of Crescent Park reflects the emphasis on green building and sustainability that has become a priority at EAH Housing. At the forefront of the “greening” of Crescent Park is energy efficiency. A 908 kilowatt photovoltaic electricity system is being installed that will satisfy nearly one-fifth of the City of Richmond’s goal to see five megawatts of PV capacity within the city by 2010. Over its lifespan, the PV system at Crescent Park is estimated to prevent the release of over 30 million pounds of carbon dioxide, 27,000 pounds of nitrogen oxides, and 20,000 pounds of sulfur oxides.