Saturday, April 02, 2016

Hundreds Of South Florida Seniors Face Mass Evidtion From 255-Unit Building As Foreclosure, New Purchaser's Plans To Convert Premises Into Assisted Living Facility Leaves Current Residents Facing The Boot w/ Few Options

In West Palm Beach, Florida, WPTV-TV Channel 5 reports:
  • Hundreds of senior citizens in West Palm Beach have been put on notice that they will need to move out of their homes at Joseph's Village Senior living facility. The 255-unit facility used to be a non-profit run by the state but it went into foreclosure and was purchased by Regal Senior Care Management.

    The property manager tells NewsChannel 5 ownership is now transitioning from Joseph's Village to an assisted living facility, which is leaving hundreds of tenants with few options.
    "We are going above and beyond to find our tenants alternative housing," said property manager Joseph Brown. NewsChannel 5 asked Brown to do an on-camera interview to discuss how management is assisting residents with finding new housing and also why tenants didn't receive more warning that they would need to move. Brown declined the request Friday afternoon. We will be following up with Joseph's Village managers and owners to find answers to our questions.

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