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Camas Village ApartmentsRegion 2
Community SnapshotHousing Type: Family
Construction: Two-story garden-style walk-up and two-story townhouse
Placed in service: 1996
Number of apartment homes: 66
- 18 market
- Two bedroom: 44
- Three bedroom: 22
- Income qualifications apply
- Gas heat and water
- Refrigerators, electric ranges, diswashers, ceiling fans, and garbage disposals
- Two playgrounds and a basketball court
- Laundry facility
- Community center
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and Community Development Block Grant
Lender: Idaho Community Reinvestment Corporation
1875 White Ave.
Moscow, Idaho 83843-3937
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