elderly housing

elderly housing

Housing occupied by persons 62 or older, or housing designed and marketed for persons 55 and older. Under the Fair Housing Act, elderly housing does not have to be made available to families.

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In addition, the effective tax rate has increased due to the conclusion of the ten year tax credit generation period of several low income elderly housing projects in our market footprint in which the company participates.
Social services and other special services - contracts (contract notice): Acquisition of elderly housing services kontukoti and toukola
The State Bond Commission authorized $112,500 for an energy compliance project at the Seymour Library, $2 million for the phase one of cleanup for the Raymark Superfund site in Stratford and $3,314,056 for the Shelton Housing Authority for 40 units of elderly housing.
See also: 5 things to know: HUD's elderly housing proposal
Dowgiewicz said he is also looking to expand the rules to disallow offenders from living near day care centers, parks, recreational facilities, elderly housing, and 55-and-older communities.
You wonder how much of the elderly housing is for them as they seem to build all these new estates but you never hear anything specifically for the elderly.
A housing grant for $462,300 to acquire land for the Conway Pines Elderly Housing Project.
RESIDENTS and staff at an elderly housing scheme have taken part in a Book Swap event, raising money for charity.
5] Andersson, Jonas E (2006), Designing Elderly Housing, ENHR conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
The development would be the second elderly housing project at the former Pabst complex.
Sabina has greatly improved the neighborhood, with a renewal of businesses, elderly housing, recreational and social and health services.
These projects are the start of the city council's strategy on the future of elderly housing which aims to offer affordability, choice and innovation.