College Park City Council members expressed general support toward allocating $2 million to the project.
The county proposed Largo, Downtown Largo and Downtown PGC as possible name changes.
The university will continue to study Guilford Woods to address environmental concerns related to the proposed development.
The SGA will continue to oppose the development until the university addresses the concerns.
The app is called Shellter, and it's set to launch in August.
The council discussed making a recommendation to the county in favor of a school facilities waiver for a student housing development.
The College Park City Council approved further development projects in the city during a meeting last month.
Current plans propose a nine-story building with a “clubhouse” on the top floor.
The project will include 343 multifamily units and span more than 1.65 acres.
The project includes 393 housing units and more than 60,000 square feet of retail space.