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    Low Income Apartments in Battle Creek, Michigan

    There are 23 low income housing apartment communities offering 2,110 affordable apartments for rent in Battle Creek, Michigan. Battle Creek features 797 low income apartments with rental assistance where households typically pay no more than 30% of their income towards rent. Additionally, there are 1,313 other low income apartments that don't provide direct rental assistance but remain affordable to low income households in Battle Creek.

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    Calhoun County, Michigan

    23 Low Income Apartment Communities In Battle Creek

    Brookstone Apartments

    5500 Dahlia Dr

    Battle Creek, Michigan

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    Liberty Commons Townhomes and Apartments

    180 Carl Ave

    Battle Creek, Michigan

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    Silver Star Apartments

    44 Clark Rd

    Battle Creek, Michigan

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    Bent Tree

    59 Laura Lane

    Battle Creek, Michigan

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    Silver Star Apartments

    44 Clark Road

    Battle Creek, Michigan

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    Bedford Manor

    100 Bedford Rd S

    Battle Creek, Michigan

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    Villas of Charlemagne

    709 Toulouse Blvd

    Battle Creek, Michigan

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    Hill House Apartments

    337 Champion St

    Battle Creek, Michigan

    Subsidized 62+ Accessible Elderly Supportive Housing

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    Village at Irving Park, The

    115 West St

    Battle Creek, Michigan

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    Springview Towers

    231 Springview Dr

    Battle Creek, Michigan

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    Section 8 Vouchers, Apartments, and Waiting Lists in Battle Creek, Michigan

    Public Housing Agencies operate federally assisted affordable housing programs at local levels on behalf of HUD. Notably, housing agencies are responsible for managing Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher, Public Housing, and Project-Based Voucher waiting lists within their jurisdiction.

    Households who qualify for these programs may also qualify for Project-Based Section 8, which contributes rental assistance payments directly to private landlords on behalf of low-income tenants. Eligibility for the project-based program is similar to the voucher programs, but waiting list and application policies will vary depending on the landlord.

    Public Housing Agencies Serving Battle Creek, Michigan

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    Guide To Affordable Housing in Battle Creek, Michigan

    There are 23 low income housing apartment communities offering 2,110 affordable apartments for rent in Battle Creek, Michigan.

    Income Based Apartments in Battle Creek, Michigan

    Battle Creek features 797 income based apartments. Tenants of income based apartments typically pay no more than 30% of their income towards rent and utilities.

    Low Rent Apartments in Battle Creek, Michigan

    There are 1,313 rent subsidized apartments that do not provide direct rental assistance but remain affordable to low income households in Battle Creek.

    Housing Choice Vouchers in Battle Creek, Michigan

    On average, Section 8 Housing Choice vouchers pay Battle Creek landlords $400 per month towards rent. The average voucher holder contributes $300 towards rent in Battle Creek.

    The maximum amount a voucher would pay on behalf of a low-income tenant in Battle Creek, Michigan for a two-bedroom apartment is between $757 and $925.

    2022 Battle Creek, Michigan Fair Market Rents and Housing Choice Voucher Payment Standards

    Fair Market Rents can be used to better understand the average housing costs of an area. Fair Market Rents are used by HUD to establish payment and rent standards for federal rental assistance programs like the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program.

    Studio One BR Two BR Three BR Four BR

    Battle Creek, Michigan Fair Market Rent

    $602 $670 $841 $1,091 $1,183

    Battle Creek, Michigan Payment Standard Range

    $542 to $662 $603 to $737 $757 to $925 $982 to $1,200 $1,065 to $1,301

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    Battle Creek, MI Affordable Housing Snapshot

    Total Affordable Apartment Properties 23

    Total Low Income Apartments 2,110

    Total Housing Units with Rental Assistance 797

    Percentage of Housing Units Occupied By Renters 40.47%

    Average Renter Household Size 2.23

    Average Household Size 2.45

    Median Household Income $36,882 ±$1,634

    Median Rent $689 ±$23

    Percentage Of Renters Overburdened 52.03% ± 4.62pp

    Total Population 51,830

    Population and Household Demographics

    Battle Creek is a city in Calhoun County, Michigan with a population of 51,830. There are 20,629 households in the city with an average household size of 2.45 persons. 40.47% of households in Battle Creek are renters.

    Income and Rent Overburden in Battle Creek

    The median gross income for households in Battle Creek is $36,882 a year, or $3,074 a month. The median rent for the city is $689 a month.

    Households who pay more than thirty percent of their gross income are considered to be Rent Overburdened. In Battle Creek, a household making less than $2,297 a month would be considered overburdened when renting an apartment at or above the median rent. 52.03% of households who rent are overburdened in Battle Creek.

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    Battle Creek, MI Low Income Housing

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    There are 14 low income housing apartment complexes in Battle Creek, Michigan.

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    HUD apartments

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    Non profit senior and family low income apartments

    Low income tax credit apartments (LIHTC)

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    Visit RentAssistance.usLow Income/Affordable Housing in Battle Creek, MI statistics

    How does income and housing costs in Battle Creek compare with Michigan income averages.

    Average affordable monthly apartment cost in Battle Creek $483.00

    State of Michigan Median Income $73,400

    State of Michigan Median Metropolitan Income $66,700

    State of Michigan Median Non-Metropolitan Income $55,800

    14 Low Income Housing Apartments In Battle Creek, MI

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    River Affordable Apartments

    45 Stringham Rd Battle Creek, MI - 49017

    Section 8 approved units: 20 The fair market rate for 2 bedroom apartments in this area is: $6 ...

    Section 8 2 of 14

    Battle Creek Housing Commission

    250 Champion Stree Battle Creek, MI - 49037

    The Battle Creek Housing Commission provides housing assistance to low-income residents by managing ...

    Public Housing 3 of 14

    Shelborne Park Apartments Battle Creek

    109 Springview Battle Creek, MI - 49037

    1 Bedroom $397-$450 2 bedroom $468-$500 3 bedroom $575-$600 ( All 3 bedrooms have 2 bathrooms) Washe ...

    4 of 14

    Village at Irving Park

    115 West St Battle Creek, MI - 49037

    Section 8 welcome. Office hours: Monday - Friday 8:30a.m to 5:00p.m. 1 bedrooms starting at $543 a ...

    Section 8 5 of 14

    Teal Run Apartments

    5235 Horizon Dr Battle Creek, MI - 49015

    6 of 14 $550.00

    Housing Choice Voucher

    Hill House Apartments

    337 Champion St Battle Creek, MI - 49017

    Studio Apartment: 6 studio apartments (3 shared bathrooms, shared kitchen)2 One-Bedroom Apartments ...

    1 bdrm 7 of 14

    Bent Tree

    59 Laura Ln Battle Creek, MI - 49017

    1 bdrm / 2 bdrm / 3 bdrm

    8 of 14

    Bedford Manor

    100 S Bedford Rd Battle Creek, MI - 49017

    1 bdrm Senior Housing

    9 of 14 $900.00 per month $450.00

    The Meadows Apartments

    85 Lenon Battle Creek, MI - 49017

    1 bdrm 10 of 14

    The Village Of Mill Creek

    300 Carl Ave. Battle Creek, MI - 49015

    1 bdrm 11 of 14 $150.00 Income Based

    Liberty Commons Apartments & Townhomes

    180 Carl Avenue Battle Creek, MI - 49015

    Eligibility: Families, Elderly & Disabled / 50% & 60% of Area Median Income. Eligibility: ...

    1 bdrm / 2 bdrm / 3 bdrm / 4 bdrm

    12 of 14

    Neighborhoods Inc. Of Battle Creek

    47 North Washingto Battle Creek, MI - 49037

    This is a HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agency. Contact them for assistance for the following: Hom ...

    HUD Housing 13 of 14

    Brookstone Apartments - MI

    5500 Dahlia Dr. Battle Creek, MI - 49015

    Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8 am - 5 pm Community Amenities: 2 Play Areas 24 Hour Fitness Center ...

    2 bdrm / 3 bdrm 14 of 14

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    Low Income Apartments for Rent in Battle Creek MI

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    Battle Creek

    A joyful city with a child-like charm

    Entertainment Adventures Business Casino Events

    With a nickname like “the Cereal Capital of the World” and being the host of the world’s longest breakfast table, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Battle Creek, Michigan is a city with a joyful personality that brings out the inner child everyone. The emphasis on breakfast is credited to Battle Creek being home to the Kellogg Company’s headquarters.

    Battle Creek is in the southwestern part of Michigan, and many people flock to this city to visit some of the many attractions that Battle Creek has to offer. With the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo Rivers on the city’s northern border and the many parks located throughout the town, there is no shortage of outdoor recreation opportunities. For residents interested in nightlife, the Fire Keepers casino and local restaurants and bars are a favorite among guests and residents.

    The community of Battle Creek is made up of hard-working people who take pride in their city. Through several festivals, parades, and events the people of Battle Creek come together to celebrate one another through art, music, dance, and culture. New residents will quickly feel at home in this exciting town!

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    Rent Trends

    As of May 2022, the average apartment rent in Battle Creek, MI is $678 for a studio, $912 for one bedroom, $1,056 for two bedrooms, and $1,089 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Battle Creek has increased by 7.0% in the past year.

    Beds Avg Sq Ft Avg Rent

    Studio 461 $678 1 BR 742 $912 2 BR 988 $1,056 3 BR 1,161 $1,089

    Ratings

    WALK SCORE® 40 Car-Dependent BIKE SCORE® 38 Somewhat Bikeable

    Demographics

    Statistic Value

    Per Capita Income $37,947

    Median Household Income $49,577

    Total Population 133,427 people

    Average Age 40 years old

    Average Rent $891 per month

    Monthly Rent Change 5.92%

    Top Schools

    Elementary Middle High

    Public Elementary School

    Riverside Elementary School

    Grades PK-4 377 Students (269) 565-4700 out of 10

    Public Elementary School

    Sonoma Elementary Grades K-4 374 Students (269) 441-7800 out of 10

    Public Elementary & Middle School

    Lakeview Middle School

    Grades 5-8 1,349 Students (269) 565-3900 out of 10

    Public Elementary & Middle School

    Harper Creek Middle School

    Grades 5-8 894 Students (269) 441-4750 out of 10

    Public Elementary School

    Pennfield Dunlap Elementary

    Grades 3-5 429 Students (269) 961-9789 out of 10

    Public Elementary & Middle School

    Lakeview Middle School

    Grades 5-8 1,349 Students (269) 565-3900 out of 10

    Public Elementary & Middle School

    Harper Creek Middle School

    Grades 5-8 894 Students (269) 441-4750 out of 10

    Public Elementary, Middle & High School

    Doris Klaussen Development Center

    Grades K-12 262 Students (269) 964-9426 out of 10

    Public Elementary, Middle & High School

    Doris Klaussen Development Center

    Grades K-12 262 Students (269) 964-9426 out of 10

    Points of Interest

    Colleges

    Kellogg Community College

    Kalamazoo Valley Community College

    Western Michigan University

    Shopping Centers

    Knollwood Plaza Katie Plaza Columbia Plaza

    Parks and Recreation

    Leila Arboretum Kingman Museum Binder Park Zoo

    Fort Custer Recreation Area

    Military Bases

    Kellogg Airport Air Guard Station

    Fort Custer Military Reservation

    Army Air Support

    Airports

    Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International

    Living in Battle Creek

    Restaurants

    Michigan is known for craft beers, including the premier Arcadia Brewing Company. Established in 1996 and using only the finest barley imported from England and the freshest hops grown in the Pacific Northwest, this microbrewery celebrates 250 years of brewing tradition by specializing in handcrafted British-style ales. Their restaurant, located in a large downtown space with its brick pizza oven, uses only the freshest, locally produced ingredients-some from their own garden and others from providers like the Sprout Urban Farm in Battle Creek and MacKenzie's Bakery in Kalamazoo, for their menu items. Try the pork belly with sweet Thai chili sauce, lamb roll or garden and goat quesadilla appetizers, then order a Cuban pizza or barbecue platter for an entree; followed by an Anglers Ale, Sky High Rye or the Loch Down Scotch Ale. "Taste, Savor, Enjoy" say the proprietors of the Malia Mediterranean Bistro. A small, Italian restaurant with an open kitchen and trendy atmosphere, Malia's uses only farm fresh ingredients. Check out their specials including salmon or steak with pasta, Ahi Tuna or pan seared duck breast with dried berries and nut couscous and shaved radicchio with honey orange glaze. Menu items include Spaghetti Malia and Linguine Genoa with fresh basil pesto, diced Roma tomatoes, pine nuts and grated granna padana. Malia food products, including Malia Seasoning Herbs, Blue Cheese Vinaigrette Dressing and Classic Red Sauce, are available for sale. The Addington Hills Cafe, with it's artsy decor and painted concrete floor, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sample the Addington's Famous Quiche or breakfast croissant or build, using a variety of breads, your own sandwich. Dinner appetizers include stuffed mushrooms Florentine or lobster bisque followed by entrees like Salmon fillet with risotto and spinach in creamy wine sauce, almond crusted walleye with three citrus and fresh chive beuree blanc sauce or beef short rib Osso Bucco with balsamic braised onions and sun dried tomato sauce. Due to the rural nature of Calhoun County and the smallness of the city, nightlife is limited to a few bars such as the Third Base Lounge and the Brickyard Pub.

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