Webster Avenue supportive residence provides 170 microstudio apartments for formerly homeless single adults - many living with HIV/AIDS or special needs - and low-income working adults from the Bronx community. The ground floor houses building common areas, offices for supportive services, and a medical suite. The building also features recreational space including an exercise room, computer lab, and a landscaped courtyard which connects to Webster's adjacent residence, Park House. Together, Park House and Webster provide 418 units of supportive and affordable housing in the Tremont section of the Bronx.
- 90 units serve formerly homeless and special needs individuals, including those living with HIV/Aids
- 80 units serve low-income working adults from the Bronx community
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