Frequently asked questions
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All SNHC properties are managed by Lockwood Management Company. The McDonnell Tower Apartments, Woodridge Apartments, and The River Park Place Apartments and Townhomes are open to seniors ages 62 and older who meet state and federal income eligibility requirements. For information about these or any other SNHC properties, please call the management company at 248-355-2810.
McDonnell Towers and Woodridge Apartments were developed to benefit the senior population, ages 62 and older who meet federal and state income guidelines.
All applicants must qualify in terms of income, age and are screened according to the tenant selection criteria approved by HUD.
Background checks include credit history, criminal history and landlord verifications.
In an effort to possibly further expand housing options for the general public, the SNHC will be commissioning a housing study to better understand Southfield’s residential single and multi-family, residential owner-occupied, and rental housing needs. More information will be forthcoming.
Yes, McDonnell Tower and River Park Place have a total of 42 fully equipped handicapped units. These units are designed for residents whose mobility is limited to a wheelchair.
Yes, the demand for these apartments is fairly high. Prospective residents are placed on the waiting list in the order that they applied.
Yes, however HUD rules require that two persons live in a two-bedroom unit.
Resident safety and security are important in the three properties managed by the Southfield Non-Profit Housing Board. Residents are given a FOB to enter the building. Cameras operate in the common areas, parking lot and hallways. A door buzzer system is in place so that residents can identify persons seeking to enter the building.
Movies, potlucks, bingo, jewelry making, coffee hour, educational and informational in services, shopping, crafts, exercise classes, book clubs, yoga, outings to various events, museums, theaters, art shows, casino trips, restaurants, annual summer event, annual end of the year celebration, cooking classes, gardening billiards tournaments, wii bowling tournaments, board games, card games, games in general, community meetings, awards.
Yes, each building has an elected Residents Council that plans activities and shares concerns with management.
Southfield TOSS, senior transportation services, are available by reservation for local trips and there is SMART bus service nearby via Telegraph Road.
Each resident may park one car in the lot. There are no reserved spaces however there are many for those needing a handicapped space.