Elm Haven Housing Master Plan

A new town square and a hierarchy of housing prototypes provide mixed-use variety in the Elm Haven Master Plan

The concept originally proposed for the Elm Haven Housing Development in New Haven, Connecticut, was to completely demolish an existing complex and build new housing in its place.

When federal and state funding limited the goals of the Housing Authority of New Haven, Kenneth Boroson Architects was retained to revise the original concept and to develop an alternative solution that would reduce the overall project cost.

Master plan (feasibility study)

New mixed-income housing development

15 city blocks

Construction Cost:  
Not provided

Project Status:
Completed in 1994