This attractive and well-designed project sits on a site that is naturally buffered from neighborhood impacts.
Connecticut Housing Partners (CHP) has purchased just over two acres of land in Monroe, Connecticut on which it plans to construct 49-units of affordable housing for seniors.
CHP plans to build a three-story New England style building for residents ages 62 and older on just over two acres at 195, 201, and 211 Main Street in Monroe. For locals who are familiar with the area, the location is close to where Skate Time Roller Rink used to be.
Currently, CHP's senior housing developments include Huntington Place in Trumbull and Wilton Commons in Wilton.
David Goslin, an architect from Crosskey Architects in Hartford, created a rendering of the
50,000 square foot facility (pictured above).
"It is a very traditional looking building in keeping with the architecture of Monroe," he said.
The independent living facility's front facade has bay windows and gables, according to the design, and will include a community room that would serve as a gathering place for tenants to have social events.
Stay tuned as Connecticut Housing Partners continues with the process of bringing this
much-needed development to life!