The Standard at Bloomington is participating in the Bloomington, IN Workforce Housing initiative.
Workforce housing provides housing for families and individuals whose income falls above the threshold to qualify for affordable housing. To qualify for workforce housing in Bloomington, your household income must fall between 80% and 120% of the Area Median Income (AMI), as calculated by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). See the table below for income limits for 2023.
Workforce Housing FAQs
If you, or your guarantor, make $71,760 (120% of AMI) or less, you can qualify for affordable housing at The Standard Bloomington. You will need to submit pay stubs, tax documents, etc. to show proof of income to determine if you qualify.
AMI is the Area Median Income. The current 2023 Adjusted AMI for the city of Bloomington is $63,300.
We offer three different floor plans for the Affordable Income-Based Apartments. The Sutton, which is a studio, the Ardmore, which is a one bedroom, and the Berkeley, which is a two-bedroom. Click here to see the floor plans!
Your rate will be dependent on your income in relation to the AMI of the City of Bloomington and the floor plan you select. Please see the Floor Plans page for the rent ranges for Affordable Income-Based Apartments and contact the leasing office to determine which income range you fall into.
All applicants are still responsible for application fees, administrative fees, and a security deposit. Your security deposit is dependent upon the Application Type chosen.
After you’ve worked with a Standard Bloomington leasing professional to qualify, our team will set up your application for you and send you a direct link with the chosen floor plan and correct rate. After the application is completed, your lease will automatically generate.
Yes! If you select the Berkeley apartment, the two-bedroom Affordable Income-Based floor plan, you will still be eligible to utilize RoomSync for roommate matching. All roommates in the Berkeley floor plan must meet the qualifications.