A Bringing School Home Apartment Community

With select apartments for older adults or people with disabilities

Manhattan offers a variety of updated apartment homes located near the intersection of Foothills Parkway and Baseline. At this recently renovated community, residents can enjoy a community center, common outdoor areas, a playground, in-home washers and dryers, and energy efficient heating and air-conditioning. The one-bedroom apartments provide independent living spaces for older adults 62+ or people with disabilities. The two- and three-bedroom apartments take part in Bringing School Home – an innovative program that brings together quality, affordable housing and educational opportunities for the whole family. Apartments are offered at rents below market rate and come with rental assistance as part of our Deeply Affordable Communities. Resident Services staff are available to connect residents to local resources and programming.

Deeply Affordable

55-62+ Seniors

Persons with Disabilities

Programs for Households with Children

One Bedroom Apartments

If an apartment is available,
you’ll see it below.

Two and Three Bedroom Apartments

Waitlist Closed

Two- and three-bedroom apartment homes at this community are for families with children ages 0-6 participating in Bringing School Home. The way to apply for these apartments is through a waitlist. The next openings have not been scheduled.

Please continue to check our website, sign up for email notifications or call the waitlist hotline, (720) 564-4627, for opening date information.

Who qualifies for Manhattan?

Manhattan One Bedroom Apartments

For income-qualified seniors age 62+ or people with disabilities currently living or working in Boulder County.

Manhattan Two & Three Bedroom Apartments: Bringing School Home Program

Two- and three-bedroom apartments at Manhattan take part in Bringing School Home – an innovative program that brings together quality, affordable housing and educational opportunities for the whole family.

Bringing School Home apartments are open to families who:

  • Currently live or work in Boulder County
  • Have at least one child under the age of 6
  • Commit to participating in specific supportive services focused on helping children achieve success in education
  • Pass the income and qualification criteria

Manhattan Income Criteria

Applicants may earn up to 50% of the area median income (AMI). Income is the total combined gross annual income for the household.

About Deeply Affordable Communities

Our Deeply Affordable Communities offer apartments at lower costs compared to Boulder’s market rates. Residents pay around 30-40% of their income for rent, with the rest subsidized by federal funding. Supportive resident services are also available

Additional Qualifying Criteria
  • Student, liquid asset, and homeownership restrictions apply.
  • Applicants and household members must be free of evictions within the past three years and be able to provide two years of satisfactory rental history from a third party. If unable to provide rental history, please contact the community manager where you are interested in applying.
  • All applicants will be required to pass a criminal background check

Apartment amenities

  • Up to 2 pets accepted; cat or dog
  • Utilities (water, trash and sewer) included in rent
  • Non-smoking buildings
  • Laundry facility on premises
  • In-home washers/dryers
  • Central Air
  • Storage
  • Updated apartment homes
  • Patios
  • Playground
  • Community center with computer access
  • Free community Wi-Fi
  • Close to RTD bus lines and nearby shopping
  • A Bringing School Home community
  • Resident Services available to connect residents to local resources and programming
  • Free Boulder BCycle membership

Local schools

  • Eisenhower Elementary School
  • Manhattan Hills Middle School
  • Fairview High School