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24 Nov 2022

Urban healthcare developer opens senior housing 55+ waitlist

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November 24, 2022 Category: Seniors Posted by:

Qualifying individuals will have the opportunity to apply online for mixed income senior Housing until December 31.

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Philadelphia and Jacksonville-based urban healthcare real estate developer TPP Capital Holdings TR (“TPP”) recently announced the opening of Tioga District’s Senior Housing 55+ waitlist. The waitlist will remain open until 11:59 p.m. ET on December 31, and will only be available online via: www.tiogadistrictseniorliving.com.

Applicants must be 55 years of age or older and qualify for a fully furnished studio or one-bedroom unit. The waitlist will allow eligible individuals to apply for a wide range of housing opportunities at Tioga District’s 34-, 50- & 81-unit mixed income senior housing sites, which will break ground in Q2/2023.

After submission, applicants will receive a confirmation number immediately —  notification of their selection status will arrive via email in approximately 10 weeks. Once the waitlist is closed, a set number of preliminary applications will be selected using a computerized, random selection process (lottery). This means it is possible that not everyone who applies will be placed on the waitlist.

Those applicants who are not selected will be able to reapply the next time the waitlist opens. As apartments become available, TPP Capital Holdings will contact the selected applicants from the lottery via mail and email, based upon their position on the waitlist.

“With the Tioga District Waitlist open, this lifts the spirits of many Philadelphia residents who’ve been patiently waiting for their chance to access quality senior housing,” said TPP Principal Anthony B. Miles. “TPP Capital Holdings’ singular focus remains on creating and developing at scale quality senior housing opportunities for active adults 55 and older for the communities we serve. We are proud of our continued investment in finding innovative and equitable ways to expand senior housing for mid-market consumers throughout the city.”

“TPP is thrilled to open the waitlist fully online for the first time,” said TPP Senior Housing Intake Director Doris J. Harris. “TPP consultants have worked hard to ensure the new online submission format is rolled out smoothly and we are grateful to the many community organizations that are helping to spread the word, dedicating staff, and providing computer access to assist individuals with applications. This community engagement process will help individuals qualify for affordable housing and form a connection to the myriad organizations that provide important community resources.”

For additional questions, please email: [email protected].

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