The Shepherd Home on the Connecticut Valley Hospital property is a stately building. It first served as a campus dormitory for nurses; later it was housing for the homeless; and then it fell into disrepair. Today, it’s been restored to its former glory and is nearly ready to welcome homeless veterans.
Plans call for 26 one-bedroom and six studio leased apartments within the refurbished structure.
Columbus House of New Haven is the project developer working with partners Brad Schide, LLC, DeMarco Management, Enterprise Builders, Northeast Collaborative Architects, and St. Vincent de Paul Middletown.
Check out the beautifully restored building features.