- Quality, Low Cost, Life Enriching, Faith Based Apartments for Seniors
- Call Kathy Alwin at 605-361-1422 for your personal tour!
At Sunnycrest Village, residents have their own private apartment while enjoying the benefits of independent retirement community living. Sunnycrest has 102 apartments, all on street level, and 120 apartments in two connected 3-story complexes with elevators.
Sunnycrest Village has 4 buildings all connected to each other, a total 11 lounges, 3 community decks, 1 ground patio and 3 elevators. Call Kathy Alwin today to arrange your personal tour!
Reasonable Priced, Unfurnished Apartments Leased on a Month-to-Month Basis
Sunnycrest Village serves residents of all income levels.
Our apartment complex offers reasonably priced market rate apartments. Market rate rents range from around $425 to $925, depending on the size of one or two bedroom apartment desired. We offer 20 HUD subsidized apartment and also accept Sioux Falls Housing Choice Vouchers.
No investment, endowment or entrance fee is required for an apartment at Sunnycrest Village. Only a minimal security deposit, which becomes part of the refundable damage deposit, is required when an apartment is selected.
As of January 1, 2011, Sunnycrest Village is a smoke free property!
All faiths welcomed at Sunnycrest Village!
Sunnycrest Village is a faith-based not-for-profit corporation affiliated with the Dakota United Methodist Conference. Our mission is to provide quality, life-enriching, low cost Christian based housing and services for seniors.
Our goal is to continue to serve seniors in a cost effective, dignified manner which assists people in remaining independent and healthy as long as possible and promotes spiritual growth.
Contact Us today for your personal tour!
Monday-Friday 8-5:00p.m 605-361-1422
In accordance with Federal Fair Housing Law, Sunnycrest Village is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. The Fair Housing Act/Federal law prohibits discrimination in the sale, rental or financing of housing on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, marital or familial status. Applicants may file any complaints of discrimination to the U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development, Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing & Equal Opportunity, Washington DC 20410.