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Summer Place Senior Housing

Trellised terrace tops modern senior apartment building at 992 Summer Street

Based on the latest US Census information, Stamford, Connecticut is home to more than 22,000 residents age 60 or older – more than 18% of its population. Kenneth Boroson Architects was selected to design new affordable housing for residents age 55 and older on a downtown “infill” site – vacant land surrounded by existing buildings.

The project was developed by Charter Oak Communities (the Housing Authority of the City of Stamford) in partnership with Inspirica, Inc., a well-established city-based community service agency.

Type:
New construction designed to Energy Star standards; received Energy Star certification in 2018

Program:
Five-story affordable senior housing development (48 units) 

Area:
37,625 sf (and 6,500 sf rooftop deck)

Construction Cost:
$12,100,000

Project Status:
Completed in 2017