Pecan Place Apartments
Pecan Place Apartments is a five-story renovated apartment building located in downtown Denton, TX, which opened in December 1996, to offer affordable housing to low-income seniors.
Living units are located on the second through fifth floors and are accessible by elevator. Each unit has a living/dining area, bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom. The first floor has a foyer, parlor, library, dining room, laundry room, sun room, resident recreation room, and other offices. Residents are invited to participate in activities such as arts, crafts, exercising, pot lucks, and resident meetings. Holiday parties are planned by residents and staff. Pecan Place also offers on-site management, and 24-hour maintenance service.
Residents must be 62 years of age or older and must meet required income limits. Residents pay rent based on their income through the Housing Choice Voucher Program. Please visit our Voucher Program page for more information, forms, and other program requirements or call our main office number 940-383-1504 or email S8@DentonHousingAuthority.com for more information or an application.
All of our apartments at Pecan Place include the following amenities:
- Antenna hook-ups
- Telephone hook-ups
- Central Heat & Air Conditioning
- Spacious Community Room
- 24 hour Answering Service
- Public Transportation Stop
- Full-time Maintenance Staff
- Full-time Management Staff
- Management Sponsored Parties
- Laundry Facilities
- Keypad Security Entry
Forms for Applicants
If you are interested in applying for assistance through our Housing Choice Voucher Program, please complete the Application Form and HUD Form 9886 and return to the Denton Housing Authority. Forms must be returned to the Denton Housing Authority at 1225 Wilson Street, Denton, Texas 76205. Forms can be mailed or placed in the dropbox at this address.
If your address changes while you are on our waiting list, please complete the Change of Address Form and return as soon as possible.
Pecan Place Apartments
302 S. Locust St.
Denton, TX 76201
HUD places a high priority on preventing fraud. If your application or recertification forms contain false or incomplete information, you may be:
- Evicted from your apartment or house
- Required to repay all overpaid rental assistance you received
- Fined up to $10,000
- Imprisoned for up to 5 years and/or
- Prohibited from receiving future assistance.