Parish surveys, demographics, and market studies have shown a need and support of this type of housing in our southside community.
As a result affordable Senior Housing facility was constructed on our campus. Ground breaking took place on November 21, 2010.
This facility is on the northwest portion of Christ the King property, bordering SW 9th Street and Porter Avenue. This building is a three-story structure with 18 two-bedroom and 10 one-bedroom independent living units. The facility has common areas, front office, controlled access entry, and garden patios for outdoor activities.
For leasing details or an application form contact Anawim Housing:
- or call 515-244-8308
Each unit will be totally ADA compliant (handicap accessible), have washer/dryer, range, refrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal, and microwave.
Outdoor parking will be available for all tenants. The complex will have separate parking from the parish parking lots.
Amenities include access to all parish activities, walking path, home healthcare, wellness programs, computer/media room, transportation with local busing or ride-share, access to health clinics, and home delivery services.
This facility is designed for persons 55 years and older with specific income levels - range between $26,000 to $33,000. Rents will be in the range of $450 to $650 per month with utilities and trash removal included. There is no “buy-in” cost aside from possible deposits.
- Residency is not limited to parish members; it is open to people of all ethnic and religious backgrounds.
Click on the words Floor plan to see the layout of the four floors.
Though built through the vision and efforts of members of our parish, Christ the King Housing services is an independent non-profit corporation. Its operations are overseen by a volunteer board of directors: Bishop Pates, Vicar General Chris Hartshorn, Pastor Msgr Frank Bognanno, Susan Clark, and Dr. Eugene Cherny.
Great Bible Verse... And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart.