West Owens is one of Nevada HAND’s family communities located on West Owens Avenue near the I-15 in Downtown Las Vegas. Because of its proximity to the Downtown Las Vegas area, West Owens is surrounded by retail and grocery stores, dining options, and entertainment venues. Also, West Owens is close to several K-12 facilities, including George A. Washington Elementary School, J.D. Smith Middle School, and Rancho High School. This community offers covered parking and on-site laundry facilities, as well as many in-unit features. West Owens is staffed with an on-site Resident Services Coordinator who connects residents to community assistance programs, volunteer groups, and community activities, including workforce development opportunities, homework assistance programs, and summer education curricula. West Owens is “more than a home” and perfect for families interested in an active and comfortable community for adults and children.
Monthly rent at West Owens start at $657 for a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment; $750 for a two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment; and $786 for a three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment. To qualify, applicants must earn a minimum monthly income of at least 2 ½ times the monthly rent being charged for the apartment – income restrictions do apply. A one-person household ¬¬must not exceed $24,400 gross annual income, a two-person household must not exceed $27,900 gross annual income, and a three-person household must not exceed $31,400 gross annual income. Rates and income thresholds may vary. We do not charge for water, sewer, or trash, and we do not charge monthly pet fees. Use the Contact Us feature for more information and to see if you qualify!
West Owens does not discriminate and does not permit discrimination, including, without limitation, bullying, abuse or harassment, on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or HIV status, or based on association with another person on account of that person's actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or HIV status.