Click here to see about the addition of 23 units which are nearly completed.
Click here for information about qualifying and applying for the new congregate units.


Construction is well along on the addition (the left picture) which will bring 23 more units to Wilton Commons. These will be congregate accommodations that include meal service. For more information, click here for the detailed page. Click here for construction and ground breaking pictures.

Construction was completed three years ago on 50 units of Affordable Senior Rental Housing in Connecticut for those at least 62 years young. This development is located at 21 Station Road, Wilton, Connecticut, very near the Wilton Train Station. Built through a partnership of Wilton Commons Inc. a local dedicated non-profit that has worked for over a decade to shepherd Wilton Commons into being, and Mutual Housing Association of Southwestern Connecticut, Inc. (MHASWCT) who bring Senior Housing to Fairfield County, Connecticut with the help of the National Equity Fund. Click here for pictures of the building dedication.

As seniors grow older it becomes harder for them to cope with the many and diverse burdens of living independently. The answer for some may be one of the existing private assisted living facilities in the area, but the cost is often prohibitive. In 2003, a group of concerned Wilton residents recognized the need for more affordable housing options for seniors and began working to secure a location and create a community that would meet the needs of the growing senior population in the Wilton area. WILTON COMMONS is the result of those many years of hard work and planning.

All units of the original building are now leased, but there is a waiting list. There will also be a sign-up list for this new construction of additionasl units.

WILTON COMMONS INC.
C/O MHASWCT, 63 Stillwater Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902
Tel. 203-487-3633









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