For nearly 60 years, Cobbs Hill Village has played an important role in nonprofit Rochester Management Inc.’s ability to provide below-market-rate senior housing for our city. Our latest Cobbs Hill Village plan for enabling today’s seniors to age in place, avoid isolation, and enjoy basic comforts reflects input and direction received from residents, the community and the city, so this urban residential community may be modernized to allow us to continue to meet Rochester’s housing needs.
The new Cobbs Hill Village will help today’s senior citizens age in place by providing them with the resources needed to meet their physical, social and intellectual needs.
60 years of service
Cobbs Hill Village was built in 1957 at the behest of community leaders and advocates for seniors and is in need of significant upgrades. Further, as senior citizens continue to live longer, healthier and more active lives, we’ve found our tenants’ needs are changing.
A plan for the future
This project will help meet Rochester’s affordable housing shortage by allowing us to accommodate 40 new tenants along with all current residents. It will also help us meet the greater demand we’re seeing for larger units, outdoor spaces and fitness facilities that will help our residents stay healthy and age in place.
Committed to collaboration
Rochester Management is committed to working with local community groups, city officials and residents in order to develop a finished product that will be an asset to the entire Rochester community and the Cobbs Hill park neighborhood.