Sunrise Apartments offers affordable housing to individuals and families with one, two and three bedroom units on 3 levels. Many of the units still have the ornate tin ceilings and crown molding that adorned classrooms, with high ceilings, and have large sunny windows.
There are 24 units to choose from with access to an on-site laundry room, indoor mailboxes, private picnic patio with BBQ area, outside smoking area, playground, and a large community room. There is off-street parking is in the rear of the building. There is a secure entry system with on-site management and 24/7 maintenance for the convenience of residents.
Sunrise Apartments offers smoke-free living and affordable housing that's within walking distance to downtown, parks, shopping, restaurants, financial institutions, the Wapak Theater, the public library and many municipal offices.
Blume Alumni Apartments offers affordable housing to seniors aged 55 and older accessible by elevator to all three levels. Units feature high ceilings and some have exposed steel beams from the gymnasium.
Choose from 23 one or two bedroom units with access to on-site laundry rooms, indoor mailboxes, private courtyard and patio with BBQ area, playground, outside smoking area and a large community room. There is off-street parking is available at the back of the building. There is a secure entry systems, on-site management and 24/7 maintenance for the convenience of residents.
Blume Alumni Apartments offers smoke-free living, and affordable housing that's within minutes of the downtown area, municipal offices, financial institutions, library, the Wapak Theater, parks, shopping and restaurants.
About the Buildings
The former Blume High School is a historic building in downtown Wapakoneta, Ohio. Built in 1908 in a mix of architectural styles, it was designed by architects Frank Packard and W.M. Runkle. It was the first exclusive home of Wapakoneta High School. A three story building housing a gymnasium on the first floor, a public library on the second floor, and the YMCA on the third floor was added on in the mid 1920's on land donated to the city of Wapakoneta by Mr. Lewis Napoleon Blume (L.N. Blume), a Wapakoneta businessman and banker. The buildings also housed the middle school for a short time in the 1980's before closing as a school for good in 1990. In 1996, it was added to the National Historic Register. It was renovated in affordable housing in the mid 1990's.
In 1947, Neil Armstrong graduated from Blume High School, and became the first man on the moon on July 19, 1969. His childhood home is less than 6 blocks from the school.
Sunrise Apartments, Wapakoneta OH
Blume Alumni Apartments, Wapakoneta OH
2019 OFHA Income Level Qualifications for Auglaize County (60% AMGI)
Family Size 1 Person 2 People 3 People 4 People 5 People
Annual Income $30,180 $35,160 $39,540 $43.920 $47,460