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United States Marine Corps
Housing Referral Office
402 Blvd De France
Parris Island, SC 29905
When planning for a move with the military, you might consider moving into government housing. Government housing is owned and maintained by the Department of Defense and is typically on the installation. Eligibility and availability for this type of housing may vary by service member, family size and installation. Learn more about the different options, benefits and discounts that may be available to you through government housing.
Privatization Throughout the Department of Defense: Military installations have been privatizing their family housing communities in order to improve quality of life for service members and their families. Atlantic Marine Corps Communities at Tri-command is one of several privatization projects that will provide new construction, renovations, and property management for the next 50 years. As such, Atlantic Marine Corps Communities at Tri-command has a private partnership between Actus Lend Lease and the DoN and is proud to assume responsibility for housing at the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS), MCRD Parris Island, and the Naval Hospital. Tri-Command Property Management, as the agent for Atlantic Marine Corps Communities at Tri-command will perform the day-to-day property management responsibilities. The Atlantic Marine Corps Communities Property Management staff and the associated on-site maintenance staff stand ready to assist residents in every possible way to ensure superior quality housing services and amenities.
Service members can apply for housing prior to arrival by mailing or faxing a DD 1746 (Housing Application) along with detachment or web orders. The DD 1746 can be obtained from any housing office. The service member with detachment orders can check in with the Officer In Charge, Installation Personnel Administration Center (IPAC) located at Bldg. 923. The service member can then provide endorsement and orders to the housing office in order to place their name on the waiting list or to accept available housing. The detachment date from your last permanent duty station is what becomes the control date on the wait list.
Atlantic Marine Corps Communities at Tri-Command would like to welcome you to become our resident! Our philosophy is "Residents First in everything!" We invite you to see the difference in the new realm of private sector military housing management. We invite you take a tour of all of our properties at Parris Island, MCAS Air Station, Naval Hospital and Laurel Bay. We encourage all arriving residents to take an hour tour in our courtesy van. The "Wow Tour" is specialized to meet each resident's needs. During the "Wow Tour" residents are able to see a new model home, recreational areas, playgrounds and many community amenities. Schedule a "Wow Tour" today. Call 843-846-5300 or 866-803-1487. Once you have seen all that Atlantic Marine Corps Communities at Tri-Command has to offer, you can schedule an appointment at our housing offices located on Parris Island and Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort. At the Military Housing office, you will fill out a Housing Application. Atlantic Marine Corps Communities at Tri-Command will receive your referral from the Military Housing Office. At that time, we will assign a home to you based on availability, rank in the service and the number of persons occupying the home. A new Atlantic Marine Corps Communities at Tri-Command address will be given to you one week prior to a scheduled move-in date. Visit the MCAS Beaufort website to find all of the forms needed to apply for housing. For questions regarding your housing application status, please contact the MCAS Military Housing Office at 843-228-6000 or the Parris Island Housing Office at 843-228-2853.
The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Manager, in coordination with Family Housing and AMCC, work closely together to meet the needs for specifically Cat 4 families and other families assigned to the program. A family, Cat 4 priority, inbound should have their EFMP coordinator contact the Parris Island EFMP Office at 843-228-3188 as soon as possible. Our goal is to have a home available upon your arrival. Families, Cat 4 status, are given priority to housing. Homes on base have air conditioning and were constructed to accommodate special needs for all ranks.
Points of Contact
AMCC will provide decentralized property management and maintenance services. Our structure is created to support this. Several communities are located at Laurel Bay, Parris Island, and the Naval Hospital. These are with a geographic perspective in mind. The homes in Laurel Bay will have one community management office located at the Laurel Bay Community Center. There is also a Welcome Center at Laurel Bay where the executive offices of Atlantic Marine Corps Community at Tri-Command are located. Each of the communities will have property management and maintenance staff members assigned to the location on a permanent basis. Each community will be led by a Community Manager who will have at a minimum, a Resident Services Coordinator and Maintenance Technician under his/her supervisor. In addition to on-site property management and maintenance staff members, there are a few property-management positions that will serve all communities and residents.
Office Locations and Hours of Operation
Your AMCC at Tri-Command General Management, Community Based Management and Maintenance Offices are located in the following locations: General Management Office - 640 Laurel Bay Road 843-846-5300; Maintenance Office - 1510 Laurel Bay Blvd 877-509-2424; Laurel Bay and Community Center 843-843-5335; Parris Island and Naval Hospital - Housing Management Office 843-322-0597; AMCC at Tri-Command Community Management Office will be open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please feel free to call us if you have any questions. AMCC general management can be reached at 843-846-5300. After the close of business, messages for office personnel may be left in the appropriate voice mail or by e-mail on our website. For maintenance requests, please call our 24-hour customer service center at 877-509-2424.
Pets Only two (2) domestic pets (cat/dog) are allowed per home. Written approval must be obtained from the AMCC Community Management Office, prior to moving a pet into the home. Residents will be required to provide documentation of vaccinations and licenses before permission is granted to have the pet in the home. The pet must be kept inside the home or within the resident's fenced and gated back yard (if resident has a gated back yard) except when on a leash and accompanied by and under the resident's control. Pets are not to be tied or staked outside the home. Kennels with chain link fences are allowed, but dog houses are only permitted within enclosed yards. Both must be removed upon move out. All Residents with a pet must sign the Pet Addendum and abide by all conditions listed within the Addendum. Residents are responsible for any damages created by the pet to the home or the yard and must repair all damages prior to move out. Otherwise, the resident will be charged for such repairs.
Single service members E1-E5 are expected to live in the barracks. E6 and above have the option to live in the barracks or receive Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) and live in town.