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Make your home at Town Square Apartments

Town Square Apartments opened its doors to tenants in October of 1979. Town Square is a HUD subsidized building for persons 62 years of age or older, or a person with disabilities as defined by the Social Security Act.

Town Square Apartments opened its doors to tenants in October of 1979. Town Square is a HUD subsidized building for persons 62 years of age or older, or a person with disabilities as defined by the Social Security Act.

Each apartment has a kitchen equipped with a range, refrigerator, built-in cabinets with a sink and adequate cupboard space, a private bathroom with walk-in type shower and adequate closet storage space.

Four apartments are completely accessible to persons in a wheelchair.

Town Square is located in the downtown area of East Grand Forks and is within walking distance of the Post Office, a retail mall, Cabela's, a beauty shop, a barber shop and several restaurants. Town Square is on the city bus route.

Special features at Town Square include a nutritious noon meal each weekday, with the cost of the meal based on one's ability to pay, automatic coin operated washers and dryers, a community room for social activities, two elevators, trash chutes on each floor, a security system and off-street parking.

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Town Square does allow small pets, subject to specific rules and a separate pet deposit.

Town Square does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex or national origin in the occupancy of the housing facility.

Customized Living Services are available from Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, which has an office located in Town Square. - Submitted by Town Square Apartments.

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