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Farmdale Tower

6440 Outer Loop, Louisville, KY 40228

105 Apartment Homes

Farmdale Tower is a 105-unit Section 8 subsidized apartment community, located South East of Downtown Louisville, KY, just inside the 265 Interstate Loop. The building was original constructed in 1981 for residency by low-income Senior Citizens. Farmdale continues to serve that purpose today, having been granted an Elderly Designation by HUD under a long-term Housing Assistance Payment Contract. The physical features, as well as the grounds, have been lovingly and meticulously maintained throughout the life of the building.

Farmdale is the premier Section-8 community in Louisville. Its interior amenities include an administrative office on the first floor along with a large community/recreation room, community kitchen and dining area. Additionally, the lobby has a game room with a billiards table and an adjacent exercise room for the resident’s well-being. A Laundry Room is located on the first floor for the resident’s convenience. The community features one floorplan: a sizeable one bedroom apartment home, with utilities included in rent. Each bedroom and bathroom is equipped with an emergency pull-cord for the resident’s safety.

The hallways have handrails and are serviced by two elevators for ease of mobility between floors. We offer a bus service to transport residents to various locations on a weekly basis, and there is also a beauty salon on the first floor for the residents’ enjoyment. Farmdale Tower provides all of its residents: excellent accommodations, a professional on-site staff, 24-hour emergency maintenance response and a warm community to call home.

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6060 Poplar Avenue, Suite 425, Memphis, TN 38119
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