About Azteca Apartments
in Pueblo, CO
Azteca Apartments consists of 201, one-bedroom elderly community units. We provide luxurious apartments and quality living for seniors 62 years and over, or those with disabilities. Our building features beautiful balconies with scenic mountain views and 24/7 maintenance to ensure the safety and security of our residents. We also maintain a smoke-free facility.
Our income-based rent and free utilities make our facility an affordable option for any budget. Each unit is Section 8 subsidized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Section 8 is a program through the HUD that offers rental assistance for low-income tenants who meet the federal requirements for the program.
Offering Affordable Senior Living
for 40+ Years
In 1977, Arthur Escobado and his three sons, Arthur, Michael, and Phillip, began working on the development of Azteca Apartments. Construction finished, and the doors were opened for residents in 1979. Our apartment community has always been family-oriented, and Art. Sr. and Michael still own and manage the complex today.
In 2013, Azteca was selected as one of the Top 3 properties in the State of Colorado due to our energy system maintenance upkeep, and our building. We were awarded a grant from the Governor’s Energy Office, which helped us upgrade our common area air conditioners, boilers, individual air conditioning units, refrigerators, and well as heating systems within the units.