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Latest Community News

Here’s a look at what’s happening at our apartment communities and other exciting Living Well Homes news:

Prisma Apartments

November 19, 2020

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Prisma Apartments at 3305 Calle Cuervo NW, Albuquerque, NM 87114 (formerly Camino Real Apartments) is Living Well Homes’ second property in beautiful Albuquerque! Offering six distinctive one, two and three bedroom layouts with a variety of classic upgrades available such as: a townhouse-style foyer, cozy fireplace, in-unit washer dryer and built-in bookcases. Next summer, our residents will have complete access to our relaxing pool and spa, picnic areas and boutique fitness studio. The property’s crowning jewels are two stunning murals by renowned local artist Mauricio Ramirez.

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Application Fees in July will support COVID-19 Relief in our communities

July 1, 2020

We are thrilled to announced that Living Well Homes will be matching application fees in July to directly benefit COVID-19 Relief in our communities. While our application fees customarily go towards running all the necessary qualifying checks that validate an applicant, this month we have decided to match these fees – $45 an applicant – to support what matters most: the sustained recovery of our communities.

This month at Living Well, the next step in securing your new home goes a long way. Join us in our July Donation Drive* to support the following four charities near and dear to our hearts:

The AZ COVID-19 Relief Fund

  • Providing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to front-line medical personnel
  • Supporting food banks, homeless shelters, domestic violence facilities, and other services
  • Subsidizing costs for low-income students for technology enabling them to transition to online learning

Greenville County COVID-19 Response Fund

  • Providing food, shelter, childcare, sanitary and hygiene supplies 
  • Supporting at-risk children and families, hourly wage earners, workers in the gig economy, older adults, people living with disabilities
  • Subsidizing mental health resources

Greensboro Virus Relief Fund

  • Supporting local food banks
  • Providing shelter to residents who have lost their homes due to the virus or from domestic abuse crises
  • Subsidizing mental health services
  • Providing financial assistance to small businesses and at-risk individuals

All Together NM Fund

  • Providing basic and emergency food and shelter
  • Subsidizing physical, mental and behavioral health services
  • Providing COVID-19 related medical supplies such as PPE and childcare for essential workers
  • Purchasing necessary materials (from diapers to learning devices) for children

 

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Living Well Homes’ Response to COVID-19

March 19, 2020

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Check out our financial resources page here!

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