655 North Street
Catholic Presbyterian Apartments is a comprehensive retirement facility designed to provide an independent living environment for seniors of low income. Opened in 1972 with the promise of a comfortable, attractive lifestyle, the 195-unit complex has evolved into a community of friends and neighbors to become an integral part of downtown Baton Rouge.

The apartments are subsidized by Housing and Urban Development under their Section 8 rules and regulations. Located on the edge of the Spanish Town Historic District and adjacent to the downtown Central Business District, our residents enjoy the peace and solitude of a quiet residential neighborhood while being within easy walking distance of the downtown churches, banks, library, shops, Market Place shopping, parks and cultural attractions.

The latter includes museums and various Arts and Craft Festivals, just to name a few. The concept of "Independent Living for the Elderly" is maintained today with expanded and improved services offered to make living at Catholic Presbyterian Apartments more enjoyable, convenient and comfortable than ever before.

read more › Rent includes all utilities except telephone and cable TV. Telephones are the responsibility of the resident and cable TV is available at an additional monthly charge. Cablevision is $21.15 per month. We would be pleased to schedule a visit to show you our facility or send you an application or additional information.

read more › At Catholic Presbyterian Apartments, our residents are able to take part in a wide variety of activities such as our yearly watermelon and ice cream parties. Also, being located in downtown Baton Rouge gives residents access to many local attractions such as the Spanish Deli and the State Capitol. Seventh Street Senior Park just behind the apartments where residents can garden or plant flowers. Spanish Town Mardi Gras Parade passes right in front of our building for excellent viewing.

read more › If I am not Catholic or Presbyterian, may I still qualify to live at the Catholic Presbyterian Apartments? Quite simply, it is safer than any other comparable facility in Baton Rouge. The building is staffed and patrolled 24 hours per day and secured at night. All visitors are required to register at the Reception/Security desk and after hours must be identified by a resident before being admitted into the building. The street lighting and lighting we have added to the building make it one of the most well lighted neighborhoods in Baton Rouge.

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