Completed in November 2016, Grace Pointe Apartments provide 56 affordable two-bedroom apartments for adults aged 55 and up in the Auburn, AL, area. The units are equipped with various security features, storm doors, central heat/air, washer/dryer hookups, ceiling fans, ranges, microwaves, dishwashers, and refrigerators with ice makers. The development also features amenities such as a clubhouse with a community room, computer center, exercise room, gazebo, and picnic area with grills. Grace Pointe has easy access to U.S. 280 and the University/Shug Jordan “loop” around Auburn.
This is a project of the Alabama Council on Human Relations financed with HOME funds and tax credits provided by the Alabama Housing Finance Authority; with equity from Raymond James; with construction financing from Auburn Bank; and permanent financing from the Alabama Multifamily Loan Consortium.
Grace Pointe Apartments are conveniently located just 2.5 miles from downtown Auburn. Downtown Auburn contains a wide variety of different shops and dining locations. Taco Mama is a popular Mexican restaurant serving unique tacos, salads, bowls, and so much more. For Chicken Salad lovers, you have to try Chicken Salad Chick, a unique restaurant serving various flavors of chicken salad. Grace Pointe is located just five minutes away from the Auburn Mall, which houses stores like Dillards, Belk, American Eagle, and more. A few minutes further in Tiger Town, there are multiple shopping centers with stores such as Target, T.J. Maxx, Kohl’s, Home Depot, etc.
There are multiple parks located just minutes away from Grace Pointe Apartments. Hickory Dickory Park, located just two miles away, contains a unique playground and green space. Sam Harris Park is also just minutes away and contains a brand new playground, benches, pavilion, ADA parking spaces, and so much more. Located about 12 minutes away from Grace Pointe, near downtown Auburn, is the Donald E. Davis Arboretum. This stunning 13.5-acre garden facility has miles of walking trails, water features, and a variety of plants native to Alabama.
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