The property is a 20-unit supportive housing complex designed for low-income residents age 62 and older. The facility is designed to allow eligible residents to “age in place,” serving those still able to live independently as well as the very frail. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funded the project in 2008. The property is owned by Indian Rock Supportive Housing, Inc., and overseen by a board of directors including local residents.
Greater Lynn Senior Services (GLSS), an area agency on aging and aging services access point located in Lynn, serves as the project sponsor.
The Janet M. Leuci Residence comprises 20 one-bedroom, one-bathroom units. All of the units are handicapped accessible; however, some have been specially modified to specifically meet the needs of wheelchair-bound individuals and other residents living with disabilities.