The Women’s Institute Youth Supportive Housing (WYSH) is a new affordable housing complex for underprivileged and homeless youth who are 18-24 years old. WYSH House included the demolition of one building and the new construction of a three-story building comprising 12 efficiency apartments, complete with kitchen and bathroom.

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All units are adaptable for accessibility. The facility includes a common kitchen, computer lab, community room, media lounge, and a resource center. The first floor includes office space for on-site case management. The site is located in a transit-oriented and walkable neighborhood that provides a range of amenities.


Women & Families Center


Meriden, CT




10,000 SF


$3.4 Million

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