Multi-generational housing project eyed for Felician Sisters’ Enfield campus

The Enfield Planning and Zoning Commission is expected to vote next month on a proposed zone change that would allow the Felician Sisters group to partner with developers on a 250-unit multi-generational housing complex. The Felician Sisters would continue to own the 26-acre property, while partnering with The Community Builders on the project, which calls for senior and family housing units, 50%-55% of which would be age restricted to 62 years and older. The zone change would allow for a higher density than the existing regulations for the property, going from 5.3 units per acre to 9.3 units. A public hearing was closed on Sept. 8, and a vote must take place by Nov. 12. The commission has a regular meeting scheduled on Nov. 10.

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