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Prince Street Apartments

Decommissioned school to become Prince Street Apartments as next phase of New Haven’s Hill-to-Downtown Community Plan

Located in New Haven’s Hill neighborhood, the Welch Annex School was originally constructed in 1930 and served as a public school for many decades, before being used by a local charter school as short-term classroom space. Once vacant, the structure and surrounding property quickly fell into a state of disrepair.

Through a competitive process, the City selected the team led by RMS Companies to redevelop the property as part of the Hill-to-Downtown Community Plan. Kenneth Boroson Architects was selected to design the adaptive reuse of this neglected property with the goal of maintaining its historic character.

Type:
Adaptive reuse

Program:
Former school to become four-story residential development including 30 affordable apartments

Area:
24,225 sf

Construction Cost:
To be determined

Project Status:
In design