Kamargo Apartments is a 24 unit, two-story apartment complex located in beautiful Black River, New York. Our complex is for Senior Citizens who are 62 ages of age or older and Mobility Impaired households who are income eligible.
Presently our income limits are as follows:
- $23,550 for one person
- $26,900 for two people
Facility Features include:
- Laundry Facility
- Mail Delivery
- Meals on Wheels Program (through the Office of the Aging)
- Closed Circuit Security System
- 100% unit rental assistance
- Community Room with kitchen
- On-site parking
- Pets Welcome!
Apartment Features include:
- An Energy-Efficient Design
- Handicapped Apartments
- Tenant-Controlled Heat
- Generous Closet Space
- Wall to Wall Carpeting
- Kitchen Appliances
- Cable TV & Phone Hook ups
- Watertown & Super Wal-Mart are just 10 minutes away!
- *Smoke-Free Building*
Rents are figured at 30% of your adjusted monthly income.
Incomes include: Gross Social Security, SSI, Pensions, Annuities, Income from Assets, Rental Income, VA Pensions, Wages, Worker’s Compensation, Disability, etc.
Assets consist of: Interest or Dividends earned from a Checking or Savings Account, CD’s, Stocks & Bonds, Credit Union Accounts and Real Estate (home, property, etc.).
Medical Expenses are calculated as a credit when figuring your rent. Eligible expenses are: Health Insurance Premiums, any outstanding medical bills that you are currently making payments on and f pocket prescription costs or doctor bills that are not reimbursed by insurance or any other agency.
Although utilities are not included with rent, we do award a utility allowance, which is credited when rent is figured.
For more information, please contact:
Site Office: 224 Leray Street, Black River, New York 13612
Phone: (315) 773-6918 Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Amelia (Kate) Boyle, Property Manager
Office: 315-686-4386 Cell: 315-775-3325
913 Strawberry Lane, Clayton NY 13624
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