Affordable housing for local low-income seniors and individuals with disabilities for more than 40 years …
Naperville Elderly Homes has served as a much-needed source of affordable housing for local low-income seniors and individuals with disabilities for more than 40 years. After breaking ground in 1971, The Martin Avenue Apartments welcomed its first residents in 1973, and it reached 100% occupancy within its first three months. Since then, thousands of Naperville residents have proudly called The Martin Avenue Apartments home.
“All of us at Martin Avenue Apartments are so proud of the 40 years of commitment to the senior citizens’ community of Naperville. We have been a place to call home for so many local seniors, and we’re so glad to celebrate the occasion and thank the community for its ongoing support,” said Dr. Scott Mitchell, vice-president of the board of directors. “We can’t wait to celebrate, and we hope to be a part of the Naperville community for decades to come.”
A group of Naperville residents recognized the need for affordable housing for low income seniors and individuals with disabilities in the community.
Naperville Elderly Housing Inc. (NEH) was created.
NEH broke ground on the Martin Avenue Apartments.
Martin Manor (now Martin Avenue Apartments) opened to the public.
Board Member Ann Carlson created the Martin Manor Auxiliary to raise public awareness of the facility and generate support through fundraising events.
Martin Manor’s auxiliary opens drive for new bus.
The Martin Manor Cookbook, which included recipes provided by residents, was published and sold to raise funds for the facility.
The Martin Avenue Apartments celebrated its 40th anniversary.
NEH received a $14 million dollars of Low Income Housing Tax Credits from the Illinois Housing Development Authority. The funds will be used to upgrade and expand the facility.
Naperville Elderly Homes, Inc.
310 Martin Avenue
Naperville, IL 60540
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