Larson Commons

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Larson Commons

2566 SW Coho St.
Corvallis, OR 97333
541.752.0369 Leasing office
alexandercourt@cascade-management.com

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Larson Commons is a 12-unit apartment complex in south Corvallis that provides affordable housing to qualified households earning 50% or below area median income (AMI) in Benton County. This property is ideally located set back off 3rd Street and ¼ mile from Lincoln School, a family medical clinic and within walking distance of a free public transportation bus route.

This property has a limited number of units set aside as a preference given to applicants who both income qualify and are referrals of Service Provider agencies that assist people who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless. Please contact property management for questions regarding the verification process.

Bedrooms Unit Style & Location # of Units Sq Ft Rent*
1 bed/1 bath Flat – downstairs 1 658 $548
2 beds/1 bath Flat – upstairs or downstairs 3 824 $657
2 beds/1.5 bath Townhouse apartment 2 847 $657
Townhouse apartment 6 1089 $752

Rents and income are subject to change annually. Please call the property manager for current information. HUD HOME assisted units may have more restrictive requirements.

Income Eligibility

If your gross annual household income falls below the limits in the table below (based on the number of people in your household) you might be eligible to apply for residency at this rental property. The property manager can help you determine if you meet income guidelines.

1 Person 2 People 3 People 4 People 5 People 6 People 7 People
$29,450 $33,650 $37,850 $42,050 $45,450 $48,800 $52,150

For more information about Larson Commons and how to apply please click on the links below.

Para obtener más información sobre Larson Commons y cómo aplicar, haga clic en los enlaces de abajo.

Tenant Screening Criteria

Criterio de Seleccion

Pre-Application for Tenancy

Pre-Solicitud de Vivienda

It's nice to be able to live in a warm, comfortable environment with so many nice people. It's nice for the disabled and the elderly. It's nice for everyone. —Leslie Mendoza, DevNW Resident
We've made new friends, and have really enjoyed the community garden. —Nancy Dodson, DevNW Resident