Located in Munhall, just 30 minutes southeast of downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Besides the close proximity to the city, there are tremendous shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities at the Waterfront in Homestead, right down the road from us.


“I’ve been a resident for over 9 years, We've organized a variety of activities at Parkview. Our annual Valentine’s Day Dinner, World War II speakers, Bingo and assorted Arts & Crafts…We strive for a strong sense of community and are always encouraging more residents to get involved with Resident Council and or helping out with evening events!”

-Jackie Goldberg, Resident

Important Information about Parkview Towers Senior Housing

Building & HUD Information

To be eligible for occupancy, persons must be 62 years of age or older or 18 years of age or older if physically disabled and applying for a designated accessible unit with special design features for the physically disabled. If you are requesting a mobility impaired unit, proper verification is required and you must complete a checklist to determine eligibility for a mobility impaired unit that appears on the Pre-Application.

HUD requires full financial disclosure for all applicants. Applicants must qualify under income limits set forth by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. All income is to be included except that approved for exclusion by HUD. In addition, Methods, Inc. required that Rental, Credit, and Criminal Background History be acceptable.

Types & Availability

Efficiency, Efficiency with Balcony, One Bedroom, and One Bedroom with Balcony / 113 Total Units

Parkview Towers (Methouse, Inc.) is approved by HUD for 21 Section 8 subsidies, therefore, Section can only be offered when available. Rent is based on 30% of your adjusted gross income. All remaining units are available at Market Rent.

Munhall, PA

"Munhall is a borough in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania on the west bank of the Monongahela river. A large part of the Homestead Works of the Carnegie Steel Company existed in Munhall. Munhall, along with the boroughs of Homestead and West Homestead, are served by the Steel Valley School District.

Munhall is in close proximity to downtown Pittsburgh (6 miles), the parkways, the south side and south hills of Pittsburgh. There are tremendous shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities at the Waterfront. It is close to Sandcastle Water Park in West Homestead, and Kennywood Amusement Park in West Mifflin. There are many affordable homes in the community, and a lower tax rate than many other communities in Allegheny County."

-Borough of Munhall.us

…With Dignity & Grace

Our world today is full of insecurity. Old assumptions are not holding true as people live longer, workers change careers and cities more often, and technology influences all that we do. Plans for the future do not turn out the way you expect and life’s surprises present challenges to the future. Yet the basic human needs are no different today than they were thousands of years ago: food, shelter, the relationships of family and community. People today are no less deserving of quality housing for a reasonable price and a supportive community.

As a Christian faith-based agency, we believe that God is a source of constancy and hope even in times of change and uncertainty and that God calls us to be a sign of God’s presence and providence in the world. Scripture envisions a world where basic human needs are available to all with dignity and grace and the Bible urges us on to continue that work of justice until all have a place they can call home. Psalm 68 praises God as “Father of orphans and protector of widows” and proclaims that “God in his holy habitation….gives the desolate a home to live in.” It calls us to “care for the orphan and the widow” (James 1:27) and to encourage everyone to know that God is with us, always.

At United Methodist Church Union, we hear that as a call to a view the housing industry as a ministry, not a money-making venture. Older adults and families looking to care for their loved ones should not feel they are alone. We strive to be professional and compassionate in all that we do so that the men and women are treated with respect and connected to the community around them. Our hope for all our residents is that they might live a life of independence, feel part of a community, and know that people (even management groups) today still care.

-Directors, United Methodist Church Union

Programs and the Service Coordinator

Service Coordinator:

Service coordinators largely focus on keeping residents as independent as possible. We function as a advocate for the rights and well being of elderly residents, educate residents and surrounding community on services available to seniors, act as a liaison to make various outreaches when necessary on residents’ behalves as well as acting as a referral agent, connecting residents to a wide range of community services. Service Coordinators understand the value of independence for the seniors we serve; that is one of many reasons that service coordinators meet with seniors and set up a personalized support network. The goal is to ensure that our residents receive services to assist them with remaining independent.

The benefits to having a service coordinator are that data collected found that senior independent living communities have found that older adults are able to remain independent for a longer period of time than communities without service coordination. Service Coordinators empower residents to participate in activities that help residents to manage their lives, fostering a sense of confidence and heightened sense of community among staff and fellow residents. Assessing the needs of each resident, service coordinators provide peace of mind for both residents and families. While medical and financial care is left to licensed professionals, service coordinators develop personalized care plans to meet the physical, social and emotional needs of residents.

Some services offered:

Home Management –linking residents with Meals-on-Wheels, household cleaning services (either Private Pay or Waiver Programs that may cover the cost of housekeeping for residents with lower incomes), grocery shopping services, etc.

Bill Management –Service Coordinators may act as advocates regarding billing errors, assisting residents with understanding medical bills or assisting residents with enrollment in benefit programs, such as prescription discount programs

Healthcare Planning – Service Coordinators may arrange for home health services, home medical equipment and medical appointments

Educational Support – Service Coordinators may schedule regular programs about relevant topics, such as wellness, medication management, insurance, etc.


Bingo, Lunch Groups, Special Guests, Wii Bowling, Grocery and Shopping Trips (weekly), Parties, and more.

Administrative Office Information:

Parkview Towers
111 Caroline St
Munhall, PA 15120
Phone: (412) 461 - 2993
Fax: (412) 461 - 8983
Email: umcu.metinc@gmail.com

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