Joslin House Complex/ Housing for the Elderly
Webster, Massachusetts




The Joslin House Complex is a group of five buildings in the downtown area of Webster, Massachusetts which was targeted as a potential site for housing rehabilitation in a feasibility study performed by Thomas Mayo Associates for the Webster Office of Community Development. The final program consisted of twenty-seven apartment units for the elderly and handicapped, community facilities and integration of existing commercial space use.  A focus for the project is the central courtyard with its seating areas, landscaping, and direct access to Main Street.  The courtyard is further developed in the use of a covered walkway and porch which wraps the main facade leading to the main entry and a pedestrian bridge which links the main housing clusters with each other and the resident community spaces.






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