This Community is Income Restricted. Average income of the households may not exceed the maximum income limits for the property’s program. Please speak with the Property Manager for specific information regarding these income limits. Rents are subject to change.
Income Restrictions (County Based-Subject to change with published allowable limits)
Number of People
Third party income verifications will be required from all income and asset sources.
Prior years’ income tax returns may be required as supporting documentation.
Income is calculated based on the applicant’s expected annual gross income including income from assets.
Criminal Background and Credit checks also apply.
Rent Rates (Depending on income and unit type)
Studio units/1 bath $700 - $830 includes utilities.
All studios have been updated and have a full bath and refrigerator
On-site laundry. Free Wi-Fi. PG&E, water and garbage is included in rent. Free annual VTA transit/bus pass.
Must earn 2 times the rent. (Subject to change with published allowable limits)
On-Site Manager and Maintenance Person
Rooftop photovoltaic system
Upgraded heating efficiency
Computer Lab with Internet Access
VTA SmartPasses for all residents for free public transportation
Adjacent to bus and light rail
Onsite resident services provided by Abode Services
Curtner Studios offers 179 urban suites tailored to single occupancy at 701 Curtner Avenue between Guadalupe Parkway and Almaden Expressway. Curtner Studios is located near retail, restaurants, commercial services, churches, a supermarket, pharmacy, schools, a public library, parks and a medical facility. Multiple public transportation options are within a couple blocks of the site. The Curtner Light Rail Station and a Park and Ride facility are less than a tenth of a mile away, and the nearest bus stop is located immediately in front of the building. The studio has a simple efficient layout containing a private bathroom and kitchenette with microwave, full-size energy efficient refrigerator, garbage disposal and ceiling fans.
Thanks to Santa Clara County Measure A funding, this building underwent a rehab of units and an addition of common areas and offices in 2021. The original architect of the building, OJK Architecture and Planning reworked the design to make the building safer, increase common areas and meeting rooms, and added office space.
The apartments had previously undergone a 'green rehab' and have energy-efficient appliances which save tenant's money on their energy bills. A whole building water filtration system was installed to provide fresh, chemical-free water.