Shiloh Senior Housing is a collaboration between Westhab and Shiloh CDC to develop a 40-unit residence in New Rochelle, NY. Funded by HUD, The City of New Rochelle, and HCR the building is 45,000 sf and 5-stories, designed in a Tudor style to reflect the surrounding neighborhood characteristics. The articulated parapet walls are suggestive of dormers and the oriel-style bay windows keep it in character with other buildings of its scale.
There is a community room, an exercise room, laundry facilities on each floor, and offices for supportive services for tenants and the community. The grounds are landscaped with planted walkways, seating areas, and a gazebo. Stairs and a ramp connecting the new residence to Shiloh Baptist Church, immediately adjacent to the site, for shared use of communal spaces. Sustainable design features in the project include a well-insulated exterior cavity wall system, energy star light fixtures and appliances, and low-flow plumbing fixtures.