Senior housing development planned for downtown Keene
The non-profit’s other senior housing developments are perennially full, said Southwestern Community Services Chief Development Officer Keith Thibault.
“This demographic, the Baby Boomers that are just beginning to populate the demographic, it’s like a basketball in a garden hose,” Thibault said. “It’s needed in the area. We’re an experienced developer in Keene, so we’re marching forward to that end.”
The project is expected to total about $5 million and would be funded through three primary sources, a community block grant, New Hampshire Housing grants and federal tax credits a private investor would be able to use over 10 years in exchange for funding to start the project.
“If we are successful we will break ground on this right about this time next year,” Thibault said.
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