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Printworks Mill Apartments are still under construction and are scheduled to be completed in phases. Apartments will be available beginning November 2020.
*Exact dates may vary as construction continues.*
Printworks Mill Apartments will offer two types of apartments: Affordable Apartments, with income and student restrictions, and Market-Rate Apartments, with no restrictions. Learn more about which apartments you best qualify for below!
Affordable Housing Programs allow select apartments to be available to those who may otherwise be unable to afford this premium community. Affordable apartments have student and income restrictions.
In order to qualify for Affordable Apartments, your household cannot be comprised of only full-time students. In addition, your total annual household income must fall under the below limits, based on the number of people living in the apartment:
60% AMI Program:
- 1 person: $27,780
- 2 people: $31,740
- 3 people: $35,700
- 4 people: $39,660
Although, if your income exceeds the above amounts, then you will likely qualify for our Market-Rate apartments instead!
*Please note, these restrictions are subject to change.*
There is an application fee required when you submit your application as well as a security deposit required before move-in.
Application Fee: $35 per person
Security Deposit: 1/2 months rent – 2 months rent (based on credit)
We are an extremely pet-friendly community! Dogs and cats are welcome with no breed or weight restrictions.
Limit two pets per apartment. Additional fees apply:
- Pet Fee: $400 (non-refundable fee)
- Pet Rent: $25 per pet
Water and sewer are included in rent. Apartments also include one storage unit.
Additional storage units can be rented for an additional fee.
Interior garage parking and surface parking is available.
Garage Parking: $50/month per stall
Surface Parking: Complimentary
Yes, a credit report will be obtained for all applicants over 18 years old. The credit report must demonstrate that the applicant has paid financial obligations.
Medical or student related loans or collection status is not a factor for denial.
An applicant may be denied if:
- The credit report shows unpaid balance(s) owed to current or previous landlord(s). (This will not be held against applications participating in programs or receiving assistance which provides the landlord with the ability to recover losses, such as the Housing Choice Voucher program or Key rent subsidy administered by DHHS.)
- The credit report shows outstanding debt to a utility company that would prohibit the applicant from establishing utility service in his/her name prior to move-in. (Applicants may be re-considered if they provide evidence that this debt has been paid and the utility company will provide service.)