Hamilton Manor consists of 14 units built in 1965. These were the original units built for elderly housing in Yellow Springs. They are located in a quiet residential neighborhood near the heart of Yellow Springs. Banking, pharmacy, grocery and specialty stores are conveniently located nearby.
Yellow Springs is a unique small town with a wide variety of cultural, religious and civic organizations. There is an active Senior Citizen's Center located downtown, which provides transportation services to Lawson Place residents.
Hamilton Manor consists of twelve (12) one-bedroom units and two (2) two-bedroom units. All apartments are ground floor with private entrances. Although there are no units specifically designated for mobility-impaired residents, each unit is accessible in terms of door width and turning space in the bathroom. Most apartments include a small outdoor patio and gardening space.
A community room, with a full kitchen, is available within the complex for resident activities such as SCOPE meals, which are served Monday - Friday at noontime, weekly bridge club, family gatherings etc. The laundry facility is also located inside of the community room.
Hamilton Manor is owned and managed by Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority with subsidy from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Residents are encouraged to participate in a resident council, which provides a forum for resident involvement in resident services and development of a maintenance and capital improvement plan for the property. Maintenance staff provides routine and preventative maintenance and is on call for emergencies 24 hours a day.