Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to commonly asked questions

A: Lincoln Apartments was built to provide homeless military veterans with a quality, permanent, supportive place to call home. Thus, during our leasing process we will be giving preference to homeless veterans. Upon applying for occupancy, you must provide a copy of your DD Form 214 with your application. If you do not have a copy of your DD Form 214, we will be happy to assist you in the process of obtaining one through the VA.

A: We have two types of units at Lincoln: Studio (Efficiency) and One-Bedroom. Below the FAQ section on this page you can find more specific information on the features of each unit in the “Unit Features” section.

A: Qualified residents will pay no more than 30% of their income for rent.

A: Yes, all utilities (water, electric, and gas) are provided at Lincoln Apartments. The only utilities that are not provided are cable television and landline phone.

A: Yes, our apartments come fully furnished with electric range, oven, refrigerator, microwave, and a dishwasher. Rooms also come with a bed, end tables, sofa, and dining table with chairs. Laundry facilities are located on each floor of the facility.

A: There are several of transportation options for Lincoln Apartments residents:

We a have a parking lot available to residents free of charge. Parking spaces are subject to availability and must be registered through the property manager.

Lincoln Residents may store their bicycles in our secure indoor storage facility at the apartments.

Public Transportation
We are located just off the IndyGo Bus Route 3 along West Michigan Street. For more information on IndyGo, please visit their website at

A: No, as a resident of Lincoln Apartments you are not obligated or required to use the support services that are available at the apartments. They are available to you, however, and you are encouraged to take advantage of them as well as the many other community events and opportunities that take place at Lincoln.