CIFC Housing Mixed-Use Development
Integral to the City of Danbury’s Main Street District, the Connecticut Institute for Communities is planned to be a vital part of the downtown landscape.

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The four story, 78-unit, mixed-use facility will house the Connecticut Institute for Communities “CIFC” offices, training and seminar space, a host of medical offices and a coffee shop on the main level. Along with meeting all the programmatic needs for housing and a health center, the project is intended to define the corners of Boughton and Main Street and improve their overall character. Parking requirements are met on site, on the neighboring streets, and across Main Street at the St. Peter’s Church parking lot. Early Concepts of the exterior design vocabulary explore a “collegiate” design aesthetic while working with the existing downtown Danbury design vernacular.

CLIENT

Connecticut Institute for Communities, Inc.

LOCATION

Danbury, Connecticut

YEAR COMPLETED

2026

SIZE

115,000 SF

COST

$25,000,000

QA+M Architecture is a full-service architectural firm that provides programming, planning and interior design for clients in commercial, community, education, healthcare, historical, housing, and recreational/athletic markets. Staffed by 34 dedicated professionals, including 16 licensed architects, QA+M has grown to be the 4th largest architectural firm in the Greater Hartford area.

ADDRESS

195 Scott Swamp Rd, Farmington, CT 06032

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