West Shore Apartments (1201 E Colby St)
Call Property: (616) 866-1721
|Unit Name: One Bedroom|
|$300 - $633||$451 - $603||1||1||500||4/1/2017|
Short waiting list for apartments starting at $451.00. 1-2 year waiting list for subsidized apartments. Rent is based on income.
|Unit Name: Two Bedroom|
|$320 - $715||$528 - $715||2||1||-||4/1/2017|
Short waiting list for apartments starting at $528.00. 1-2 year waiting list for subsidized apartments. Rent is based on income.
1 or 2 bedroom apartments that are set in a wonderful location at 1201 East Colby in Whitehall, Michigan, with some that are barrier free.
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