The Glendower team works tirelessly to help you meet your goals. Currently, we are working on relocating residents at several developments for the Housing Authority of New Haven to include:
- RAD Group III (213 units)
- RAD Group IV (201 units)
- Mill River Phase II (92 units)
Relocation efforts for a private developer and a co-op both located in New Haven as well as relocation for two other Housing Authorities located in Hartford and East Hartford.
Our redevelopment efforts include Westville Manor as well as Farnam Courts (ie. Mill River Crossing), Phase II. Farnam Court Phase 2, 4%, will consist of 36 affordable RAD units contained within 4 buildings and 9 market rate units. These will be townhouse units, each containing a private outdoor space. Phase 2, 4% development will be located on vacant land.
Phase 2, 9%, the remaining onsite replacement units, will include the demolition of the remaining buildings consisting of 92 units and the development of 66 residential units, including 52 affordable RAD units and 14 market rate units. These units will also be developed as townhouse units with each unit containing a private outdoor space. In addition, there will be a separate community center of 2,277 square feet and a park that will be constructed as part of Phase 2B. The community center will provide office space for the Resident Services Coordinator and Supportive Housing Services, educational labs, and meeting and kitchen space for residents.
- RAD Group II = 142 Units and includes Fulton Park, Stanley Justice, Waverly and Valley
- RAD Group III = 213 Units and includes Celetano and McQueeney
- RAD Group IV = 201 Units and includes Fairmont and Ruoppolo
For a total of 700 units, bringing our total to just under 3,000 redeveloped units.
As part of our redevelopment work, Elm City Communities (Housing Authority of New Haven), through The Glendower Group, Inc., is adept at gathering residents, local businesses and public officials and through their architects and planners, conducting design charrettes where participants collaborate during a multi-day brainstorming and design program. These charrettes lead to mutually agreed upon concepts for our Housing Developments that all stakeholders – from residents to officials are excited for and eager to begin.
The Glendower Group provides consulting services, including sourcing allocation, identifying other funds, and compliance/asset management services for projects particularly in low income, distressed communities.