Properties

Adams Garden, 1949
80 two and three bedroom units. Moderate income family apartments. Financed by the State of Connecticut.

Armstrong Court, 1951
144  two and three bedroom, family apartments.
Financed by the State of Connecticut.

 

Wilbur Peck Court, 1953
110 one, two, three and four bedroom family apartments.
Financed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Quarry Knoll I, 1962
50 studio and one bedroom, elderly and /or disabled apartments.
Financed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

 

Agnes Morley Heights, 1973
150 studio and one bedroom, elderly apartments in a 4-level elevator building.
Financed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Quarry Knoll II, 1980
40 studio and one bedroom, elderly and/or disabled apartments in a .
Financed by the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA).

Town Hall Annex, 1984

28 one, two and three bedroom units. Market-rate family apartments on 4-levels in an elevator building. Financed by the State of Connecticut. Section 8 welcome

McKinney Terrace I, Family, 1988
21 one, two and three bedroom units
Moderate-Income family apartments.
Financed by the State of Connecticut.

McKinney Terrace II, Elderly, 1988
51 elderly apartments in a two-level elevator building.
Financed by a State of Connecticut grant. Formerly Byram elementary school.

Edgewood Avenue, 1990
7  one-bedroom family market rate apartments.
Financed through a conventional mortgage. Section 8 welcome.

Columbus Avenue, 1992
Duplex (2), purchased for affordable housing.
Financed through a conventional mortgage.

Ritch Avenue, 1992
Duplex (2), (3), and (4) bedroom apartments, purchased for affordable housing.
Financed through a conventional mortgage.

Homestead Lane, 1997
Two (2) bedroom family apartments, purchased for affordable housing.
Financed through a conventional mortgage.

Oakridge Street, 1997
Two (2) bedroom family apartments, purchased for affordable housing.
Financed through a conventional mortgage.

Greenwich Close, 1997
113 market-rate units. Financed through conventional mortgage tax-exempt bonds and 17 affordable family apartments financed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Parsonage Cottage, 1997
40 bed Connecticut licensed home for the aged, managed by Greenwich Communities and funded through a consortium of federal, state, and local private funding.

Strickland Road, 2013
Two (3) bedroom Townhouse, two-bedroom cottage home, and three-bedroom apartments purchased for affordable housing. Financed through a conventional mortgage.

Adams Garden II

Adams Gardens II, 2018
11 (2) and (3) bedroom market-rate townhouse units
Financed by the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA).  Section 8 welcome.

 

Armstrong Court Townhomes, 2020
18 (2) and (3) bedroom townhouse units.
A mix of market-rate and subsidized units
Financed by Low Income Housing Tax Credits.