- Vacancies at the Tovarish Manor Apartments are available to any elderly family, including non-native families.
- Prospective tenants must qualify as an elderly family, which is defined as one individual, a family with an elderly head of household or their spouse, at least 62 years of age.
- Some units of the apartments are initially offered to those qualifying with Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA) Indian Housing Block Grant eligibility status and to those qualifying under the Housing and Urban Development HOME eligibility status.
The Tovarish Manor Apartments located in central Ninilchik serve senior citizens to create a safe and easily accessible living community in an area that faces housing availability challenges. Its units were constructed with modern amenities, paying special attention to being accessible to people with disabilities. The apartments continue to help Ninilchik area families with senior living needs live closer together and has become an invaluable asset to the community.
The apartments consist of two condo style buildings and have a total of 12 units, 8 of which are 2-bedroom and 4 are 1-bedroom. All apartments are designed to accommodate senior living in an independent home style environment with each unit having its own attached heated garage, washer & dryer set, and a patio. Some apartments have designs that are specially equipped to cater to those using wheelchairs, and some apartments are outfitted with sensory enhancing features for those with visual and hearing impairments.
Services included for tenants at landlord’s cost are heat, hot water, garbage removal, and snow removal. Electric service is paid by tenants and the units are metered individually to cater to this.
Tovarish Manor was established and constructed with the cooperation of the Ninilchik Traditional Council and its NAHASDA Indian Housing Block Grant, the Ninilchik Senior Center, the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, the Denali Commission, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Vacancies are posted online and in the Peninsula Clarion newspaper.
For more information about the application process please contact the Housing Department at 907-567-3313 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Rental Housing by Ninilchik Traditional Council facilities comply with Federal Fair Housing regulations,
accepting age-qualified residents without regard to national origin or gender, race, color, religion, disability,
or familial status. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability status in the admission or access to,
or treatment or employment in, its federally assisted programs and activities