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Monday, September 16 Local

Point of Interest: Senior citizen affordable housing development nearly complete

992 Summer St.: An affordable housing complex on Summer Street is in its final stages of construction. The six-story, 48-unit senior citizen affordable housing complex will be move-in ready by the end of February. The building will be owned and operated by Stamford’s housing authority, Charter Oak Communities, and local homeless shelter Inspirica. All apartments will be priced below market rate, with about half designated to be “deeply affordable” and made available to those earning less than 40 percent of the area median income. The development serves partially as a replacement for Charter Oak’s Greenwich Avenue Czescik Homes, which is being vacated as the city plans for demolition.

Have a question about a building or property? Email Nora Naughton with “Point of Interest” in the subject line at nnaughton@stamfordadvocate.com.