On Saturday 7/17/21 representatives of EHDOC attended a Brownsville Civic Neighborhood Association (BCNA) meeting to present the Steve Protulis Towers East and West, a 119-unit affordable housing development for seniors ages 62 and up and the disabled, which is currently nearing the end of construction. Attendees included Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine-Cava, State Representative James Bush III and EHDOC Vice President of Development Roland Broussard.
EHDOC, along with its partner Integra, are proud to become a long-term neighbor in this community and look forward to building a strong coalition and valuable relationships with the state, county, and local leaders to further assist in the betterment of the community. As EHDOC thrives to provide quality, safe and secure affordable housing for seniors across the country, it is the mission of the Brownsville Civic Neighborhood Association to improve the quality of life for all stakeholders of Brownsville by preservation of its history, civic engagement, social and economic renaissance and a high health and safety standard for the people of Brownsville.
Steve Protulis Towers East and West offers spacious 1 and 2-bedroom units averaging in size from 621 sq. ft. to 1,012 sq. ft. with rents ranging from $426 to $1,500 per month, with Section 8 Vouchers also accepted. The projected date of first occupancy is August or Sept of 2021.
Steve Protulis Towers East and West are located at 2495 NW 54th St, Miami, FL 33142 and 5500 NW 27th Ave, Miami, FL 33142 respectively.
To request an application for affordable housing or to learn more about Steve Protulis Towers East and West, please contact: Mildred and Claude Pepper Towers Leasing Office at 2350 NW 54th St, Miami, FL 33142 between 9:30AM – 3:30PM Monday – Friday or call 305-635-6494.
Steve Protulis Towers East and West is professionally managed by Elderly Housing Development and Operations Corporation, an Equal Housing Opportunity Provider.