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Affordable Housing for Seniors in CT

Coventry Place & St. Michael’s are beautiful, affordable apartment buildings for seniors

Affordable housing is available for seniors in the Greater Hartford area. We have modern, handicapped accessible one-bedroom apartments in Bloomfield and Hartford. Activities and services focus on enhancing quality of life and independence. New kitchens with tile flooring. Spacious living room with low piled carpeting and large windows. Each unit has a separate bedroom, ample closets, and bath with a roll-in shower for easy access.

  • Coventry Place is located at 160 Coventry Street, Bloomfield, at the corner of Tower Avenue. It is close to St. Francis Hospital.
  • St. Michael’s Building is located at 35 Clark Street, Hartford. Apartments are in a historic school located on the Generations campus.

A computer lab, social areas and a laundry room are available. English and Spanish speaking staff available. Income limits apply.

To Apply

  • Renters will be asked to sign a one-year lease. Renters must:
  • Be 62 years of age or older
  • Be able to live alone
  • Meet income limits

The following is required to apply:

  • Proof of income and assets
  • Proof of good standing with your current landlord
  • Birth certificates for household members
  • Social Security cards for household members

Call us at the phone numbers below for more information or to apply.

Senior Affordable Housing

Coventry Place160 Coventry StreetBloomfield(860) 243-3783Mon - Fri 8 am - 4 pm
Affordable Housing For Seniors555 Windsor StreetHartford(860) 895-6625Mon - Fri 8 am - 4 pm
St. Michael's Building35 Clark StreetHartford(860) 895-6625Mon - Fri 9 am - 5 pm

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For more information
Affordable Housing For Seniors
Address: 555 Windsor Street, Hartford
Telephone: (860) 895-6625
Fax: (860) 560-5314
[email protected]
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 8 am - 4 pm

Additional Details
Program may include the following: case management; assistance obtaining benefits including Renters Rebate, Medicaid and Medicare Part A, Part B; adult education and skill development including financial literacy, computer classes, People Empowering People curriculum; recreational programming; inter-generational social activities; computer lab; vegetable gardens and community services activities.

Updated October 2019