rent includes: Sustainable "green" Energy Star construction; Community
activities; Hot and cold water; Elevators; Electronic Security
Access; use of Common Rooms; as well as Laundry, Recycling, and Trash
facilities on each floor, and ample parking. There are two large courtyards with
a paver block patio, shuffleboard court, and raised flower and
vegetable gardens as well as space to garden around the perimeter of the
Apartments are for individuals
55 years of age and older and adults with developmental disabilities who
meet the income limits established by the United States Department of
Housing and Urban Development and rules promulgated by the IRS.
INCOME LIMITS ARE:
50% of Median Income 60% of Median Income
1 person $32,000 1 person $38,400
2 persons $36,550 2 persons $43,860
an application or for more information about renting one of these Energy Star Certified apartments, please call Ewing Independent Living at 609-883-8500 or contact management at Office@EwingIndependent.com
Licensed Assisted Living Program on Site
Assisted Living Inc. (ALI), a non profit 501(c)3 New Jersey charity provides an assisted living program on site licensed through the NJ Department of Health and Senior Services. ALI staff are on site 24 hours a day, with direct care staff from 8 am - 10 pm and staff to answer calls on the overnight shift from 10 pm - 8 am. Direct care staff provide assistance with bathing, dressing, medication administration, meal preparation, arranging transportation, ordering supplies, laundry, housekeeping, and answering calls in order to enable residents who want to age in place, living independently in their apartments, with dignity, privacy and individuality. ALI staff can assist EIL residents in applying for Medicaid so they can continue to live in their apartment as long as they wish with supports and services to help them age in place. Medicaid MLTSS (Managed Long Term Services and Supports) pays for the assisted living program for qualified residents.
ALI staff also prepare and serve two full meals weekdays - lunch and dinner - in the spacious dining room. Residents enjoy socializing while they are eating and meeting with their neighbors. Meals are served by staff on plates with flatware and cloth napkins, keeping with the sustainable philosophy of the apartments, and all residents are offered choices of coffee, hot or cold tea, or water with their meal.
Two days a week, residents enjoy the ALI Social Day extended activity programs with lunch. Activities include Intergenerational Program with Fisher Middle School students, the College of New Jersey student groups, going to AMC movies, horseshoes, shuffleboard, bingo, chair exercises and stretching, Trenton Thunder Baseball, etc.
Awards, Honors, and Accolades
The project and developer were nominated for the 2009 Governor's Housing Award in three categories: Outstanding Green/Sustainable Development, Outstanding Affordable Housing Development, and Outstanding Personal Achievement.
The Developer, Rebecca Lynn received a LISC award November 2009 for her inspirational work for seniors and disabled adults. In June 2010, Rebecca was honored as the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners Mercer Chapter as Mercer County Business Woman of the Year. On October 5, Rebecca was honored again at the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners State Conference as 2010 Business Woman of the Year and received this award for her unwavering support of seniors and adults with developmental disabilities who need safe, supportive, sustainable, accessible affordable housing.
On October 6, 2010 Lynn Developers, LLC was selected by the Ewing Economic Development Committee as Most Innovative Business of the Year. The Committee selects businesses for their outstanding reputation and contributions to the community. Rebecca Lynn accepted the award at the presentation ceremony on October 20, 2010.
Rebecca was the recipient of the 2016 New Jersey Governor's Jefferson Award Honoree BD Jefferson Award for
Health Care Professional for her efforts on behalf of the elderly and those in need of managed
care. The award recognizes professionals
who volunteer their time and talents to address the physical and/or
psychological health care needs of those who are uninsured,
unrepresented or unable to obtain basic or specialized care on their
As of March 2018, the photovoltaic panels have generated over 483,000 kilowatt hours of clean solar electricity.