Low Income Housing Tax Credits & Seniors in Indiana, 2018-2019

The 2018-2019 Indiana Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP) strives to create housing opportunities for vulnerable populations, including supporting activities that promote “aging in place.” Aging in place refers to creating a living environment that is safe, adaptable and comfortable for persons of all ages and abilities. While the primary target populations for aging in place strategies are seniors and persons with disabilities, everyone benefits from buildings and communities that are accessible, visitable, and livable.

Minimum amenities for Age-Restricted developments for Rehabilitations & Adaptive Reuse include:

  • All common areas on the main floor must be accessible and 100% of the ground floor units must be Accessible units Type A units or Type B units in accordance with Chapter 10 of the ICC A117.1
  • If the building(s) contain elevator(s)/lift(s) prior to rehabilitation, the elevators/lifts must be maintained and all common areas must be accessible and 100% of the units above the ground floor must be Accessible units, Type A units or Type B units in accordance with Chapter 10 of the ICC A117.1.
Contributed By: 
National Housing Trust

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