State funding grant advances low-income senior housing on East Side

 A rendering of the new Buffalo Federation of Neighborhood Centers’ planned low-income senior housing, from Adams Street. (Photo Courtesy of Buffalo News)

A rendering of the new Buffalo Federation of Neighborhood Centers’ planned low-income senior housing, from Adams Street. (Photo Courtesy of Buffalo News)

Construction of a new low-income senior housing community with 84 apartments is set to begin by September in Buffalo’s East Side. This new development will feature an “aging-in-place” model and will offer facilities such as a certified senior "social adult day care" program, a Metcare Rx pharmacy, a primary care satellite office and some office space, with residents having access to the services through an interior link between the buildings.

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