The Link at Sunset will offer 60 apartments, including 1-, and 2- bedroom units, with 20% of the units serving adults with developmental disabilities and the rest of the being affordable. The 12 apartments for adults with needs will be occupied by NY State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) eligible adults with intellectual/ developmental disabilities. The remaining apartments will be occupied by typical people who meet income requirements, as well as pass an employment and background check.
The units feature spacious floor plans, wood-look flooring, balconies and new appliances. All apartments include electricity and are cable and WiFi ready. Monthly rent is dependent on unit layout and renter income.
ONE-BEDROOM (NON-OPWDD) UNIT
TWO-BEDROOM (NON-OPWDD) UNIT
The Link will be a beautiful and modern building that will include a main floor office space and conference spaces for The Kelberman Center in addition to community rooms. The site plans and designs are available for the community to see the vision of this project. Overall, there will be 50 one-bedroom apartments, 10 two-bedroom apartments and 94 parking spaces available, including 20 spaces for resident visitors and 24 for Kelberman Center employees.
AMENITIES AND FEATURES:
Open concept layout
On-site laundry and parking
Outdoor BBQ area
24/7 on-site management
Shared community meeting space
Space for pop-up businesses such as cafes or fitness classes
Walking distance to grocery stores, restaurants, and parks
Housing Visions is now accepting applications for Link At Sunset! Income and other eligibility restrictions apply. Applications can be mailed to PO Box 8867, Utica NY 13505.
Please be advised that applications are due on May 4, 2021. In addition, we will be conducting a lottery for the units on May 14, 2021 11:00am at 1229 Kemble Street, Utica NY. The lottery will also be live via Facebook at
If you have any questions regarding this project or would like to receive an application, please contact Jennifer St. Mark at (315) 472-3820 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the 12 OPWDD units, please contact Marcus Gillespie,
Assistant Director of Community Services at The Kelberman Center, at
or (315) 797-6241 ext. 3938.