The Stamford Advocate recently wrote an editorial about the need for more affordable, accessible housing in Connecticut. The editorial spotlighted the work Regan Development Corporation did at Ojakian Commons in Simsbury, noting the specialized accessibility features to help people with physical disabilities. The editorial also mentioned the firm’s work at Bear Woods Apartments in Canton, where specialized apartments have been built to help foster independence for people living with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
Here is a link to that editorial:
Regan Development is proud of the work we do to help create integrated, affordable, accessible apartments for people in need. That effort benefits from the strong support of many government and non-profit agencies. In these cases, the support of the Connecticut Department of Housing, the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, the Connecticut Department of Developmental Disabilities has been crucial to these developments’ success. Coupled with strong partnerships with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Favarh, the ARC of the Farmington Valley, Regan Development will continue to provide much needed accessible housing for years to come.