Heritage Manor

Houghton Housing Commission
Heritage Manor & Family Homes
401 E. Montezuma Avenue
Houghton, MI 49931
Phone (906) 482-0334

Come and experience life at Heritage Manor!

Heritage Manor is a thriving independent living community located at the center of downtown Houghton. The Manor was built in 1976 as a part of a joint effort between the City of Houghton and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Heritage Manor is owned and operated by the Houghton Housing Commission.

In 2013 Heritage Manor had significant reconstruction and updating. The building and apartments were completely remodeled and include many modern conveniences.


About Heritage Manor

  • 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments Available

  • Smoke Free

  • Pet Friendly

  • Fire Suppression System
    that Includes Sprinklers

  • Covered Parking

  • 24-Hr. Laundry Facilities

  • Caring Staff & Excellent
    Building Maintenance

  • In-house Hair Salon

  • Community Room

  • Puzzle/Craft Room

  • Fitness Center

  • Library

  • Game Room

  • Scheduled Activities

  • Discounted Cable TV & Internet

  • City Bus Service

  • Close to Downtown,
    Shopping, Restaurants,
    and Churches

Apartment Amenities

  •  Electric Range/Oven

  • Refrigerator

  • Garbage Disposal

  • Lobby Intercom and Security System

  • Individual Furnaces & Air Conditioners

  • Utilities Included in Rent

  • Large Balcony

  • Additional Storage Available

  • Includes Window Coverings

  • Barrier-free Apartments Available

Heritage Manor 1-Bedroom Floor Plan Sample
Sample One-Bedroom Apartment Floor Plan
Floor plan for illustrative purposes only.

Rent Calculations

The rent at Heritage Manor is different for every resident.
Each resident can choose either to pay a flat rental amount established for the individual
bedroom size of the apartment, or 30% of their “Adjusted” income.

“Adjusted” income is the amount of annual income an individual has after deducting $400 for each individual over the age of 62, and medical/disabled expenses for qualified individuals.

The Housing Commission supplies electricity, gas and water for each resident.

Also, if your income ever decreases, so will the cost of your rent.