About Jacqueline Lawrence Villa
Home to Jacqueline Lawrence Villa, Centuria was once a railroad stop in Polk county. The abandoned railroad corridor is now the state Gandy Dancer Trail. Whether hiking, biking or snowmobiling… the Gandy Dancer Trail is a beautiful adventure all year round. The Villa consists of 8 one-bedroom apartments including kitchen, living room/dining room combination, and bathroom. This building also includes a community room with kitchen facilities, a laundry room, and a service coordinator available for residents.
A service coordinator is a social service staff person hired or contracted by the development’s owner or management company. The coordinator is responsible for assuring that elderly residents, especially those who are frail or at risk, and those non-elderly residents with disabilities are linked to the specific supportive services they need to continue living independently.
Gandy Dancer Housing Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Impact Seven, Inc., opened this building in 2002. Designated for the elderly, income eligible residents pay electricity (electric baseboard heat) and rent is based on 30% of their adjusted income. Water, sewer, and trash removal are paid by the owner.
Contact us today to find out how we can help you or someone you care for move into Jacqueline Lawrence Villa.