Timberlake Place

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Timberlake Place is a 26-unit affordable housing development for seniors that will be built in Charlottesville's Woolen Mills neighborhood. The ribbon was cut on the facility on August 29, 2013 and the site is fully occupied. [1]


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Background

Timberlake Place was developed by the Jefferson Area Board for Aging adjacent to the Mary Williams Community Center and also included a single housing unit in a redeveloped Timberlake-Branham House.

The group secured a $1.9 million low-income housing tax credit. [2]


Groundbreaking took place on May 5, 2012. [3]


References

  1. Web. New Housing Community Opens for Charlottesville Seniors, Charlottesville Newsplex, August 28, 2013, retrieved August 29, 2013.
  2. Web. Tax credits secured for Woolen Mills senior housing, Charlottesville Tomorrow, August 9, 2011, retrieved August 9, 2011.
  3. Web. Timberlake Groundbreaking, Elyse Thierry, Jefferson Area Board for Aging, retrieved May 1, 2012.