Applications for our 2415 North Broad residence are now available and can be picked up at any of our locations or can be downloaded here. They will be accepted beginning June 1.
- 88 units (efficiencies only) with 10 units designated for individuals with mobility impairments and 4 for sensory impairments
- All units will be subsidized through PHA; 20 of them are for young adults (ages 18 to 23)
- 9 units are processed through the City of Philadelphia Clearing House
- Priority will be given to applicants that are homeless, previously homeless, at risk of becoming homeless
- Applicants ages 18 to 23, who aged out of foster care, are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless will be given priority for the PHA units designated for Youth
- Rents are based on 30 percent of each individual’s income with a minimum rent of $50
- Electricity is paid by the resident
- All applicants must be 18 or older
- All applicants must be income eligible
- Maximum household size is 1 person
- A full time student may not be eligible for this community (contact us for more details)
||Maximum Income – One Person
||20 percent AMI
||30 percent AMI
||50 percent AMI
||60 percent AMI
NOTE: Maximum income limits are subject to change
Completed applications will be accepted in the order they are received. Applications will be accepted at JBJ Soul Homes. Please refer back to this page in the coming months for updates concerning upcoming application workshops and community updates. Please call 215-309-5222 or email 2415NorthBroad@projecthome.org with any questions.
Click here to download an application.
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