Opened in 2014, Armstrong Place is the historic, adaptive reuse of Armstrong Elementary School and additional new construction. Located at 1721 Monsview Place in Lynchburg, Armstrong Place provides 18 one-bedroom and 10 two-bedroom apartments for people with disabilities and low incomes.

Armstrong Place features:

  • Full accessibility for people with mobility impairments
  • Affordable rents for people with low incomes
  • EarthCraft® certification resulting in lower utility bills
  • A design that is in context with both the neighborhood and the historic character of the school, a former equalization school of the civil rights era
  • A school gym, rehabilitated in partnership with the City of Lynchburg that will provide community activities
  • Convenient location on the GLTC bus line, within 1/2 mile of local amenities and within 2 miles of health care and social services facilities
  • Unique floor plans for apartments with high ceilings and large windows
  • All major appliances, including washers and dryers
  • A community room that includes two computers, a library, a tv, and board games
  • A community garden 
  • Armstrong Place is important for affordable, accessible housing, historic preservation, and community development.

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