Neighbors of Watertown, Inc. manages these fine apartments, many of which are beautiful historic properties it has redeveloped, to provide safe, decent, affordable housing as well as quality, accessible, affordable commercial opportunities to our community. Each property has a unique construction style that has been sensitively respected in the rehabilitation process.To see pictures and request more details for any of these properties click on the image or the link on the left of the page.
It was originally the Roth and Santee Building and was a very interesting contribution to architectural history. It was the first building in the country where you "could live, work, recreate and dine all within it's walls". It now contains 36 beautiful apartments priced right for those employed in Historic Downtown Watertown.
A mixed use building prominently located at the East end of Watertown's Historic Public Square. Upper floor residents are afforded a beautiful view of the park in the center of Public Square. The Buck housed many prominent local businesses during Watertown's rich history.
Constructed in 1897 by former Watertown Mayor, Nelson Burdick. The building has always been residential over a variety of commercial uses. The building has been restored to highlight beautiful Historic Features such as tin ceilings, a central wooden staircase and spacious ten foot wide corridors. A modernized elevator provides safe access to the 28 residential apartments on the upper three floors.
Acquired from the city of Watertown, in 1987, Lillian Towers was a former Watertown fire station. After sitting idle for ten years it was rehabilitated by Neighbors Of Watertown into six 2 bedroom apartments.
Project In March of 2003 Neighbors of Watertown, Inc. closed on a syndicated package to revitalize a historic row house and the surrounding neighborhood. The project renovated 7 buildings, provided 22 units of affordable housing, and was a major catalyst for revitalization of the surrounding neighborhood.
Kieff Drive apartments are 8 Townhouse units, providing two and three bedroom apartments. There is a minimum rent rate established for move-in and percentage of household income determines rental rate.
Olympic Apts is the second of two apartment complexes for older residents erected by The Henry Keep Home in downtown Watertown. It provides 42 units for older residents.