Affordable Senior Living For Adults Age 62 and Above
The Jewish Tower offers 200 spacious studio, one, or two bedroom apartments in a high rise community on the same campus as The William Breman Jewish Home. Residents enjoy a busy social calendar and the conveniences of a full-service active adult community on the MARTA bus line, with a primary care clinic, chapel, restaurant, gift shop and ample parking right on our Buckhead campus. The Tower offers subsidized housing for low income seniors, as well as market-rate rent. Rent is subsidized by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for those who meet their qualifications.
We Offer Many Comforts Of Home…Plus an On-Site Clinic!
Our fully accessible one and two bedroom apartments include:
- Fully equipped electric kitchens
- Individual climate control
- Emergency response system and 24-hour staffed front desk
- Utilities included (telephone and cable extra)
- Laundry rooms on each floor
Many Other Conveniences Include:
- Full-time Service Coordinator to help residents with local resources
- Group outings
- On-site clinic for primary or urgent care staffed by a nurse practitioner
- A busy calendar of planned activities including cultural programming and other holiday celebrations
- Resident group dining available for lunch and dinner at Helen’s Place, our kosher terrace level dining room
- Group transportation to grocery stores, shopping, movies and more
- Hair salon
- Lighted parking and dedicated space for residents
- Easy accessibility to public transportation
- Medicare reimbursable therapy services available at The William Breman Jewish Home’s Aviv Rehabilitation Center
- Shared service availability to support with care or errands with customizable time through The One Group
Eligibility for Rent Supplement
To be eligible for a rent supplement at The Jewish Tower, residents must meet certain requirements. These include:
- Residents must be age 62 or over (if two persons only one need be 62).
- Must meet income qualifications set by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and assets are not considered income. Current qualifications state that applicants may not make more than $44,650/year (one person) or $51,000/year (two persons). Assets are not considered income.
- Must be able to keep apartment in a decent, safe and sanitary condition.
- Proof of citizenship or naturalization.
- Satisfactory background and credit checks.
- Click here to learn more about your eligibility.
Residency is open to all qualified, eligible persons without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, disability status, religion, familial status or gender.
Contact Us to Learn More and Discuss Your Options
Ami Gomes The Jewish Tower
Operations Coordinator 3160 Howell Mill Road NW
Telephone: 404.351.3536 Atlanta, GA 30327