Located in the heart of Chelsea, Palladia's Chelsea Court offers 18 studio apartments and support services to previously homeless individuals. Having been overtaken by illicit drug users and on the brink of collapse, Palladia purchased the building from the city for $1 in 1994. Chelsea Court reopened in 2003, after considerable renovations and improvements designed by architect Louise Braverman, who was honored with a 2003 "Merit in Design" award from the New York State Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for her work on Chelsea Court. This remarkable building was featured in an exhibit on innovative design in affordable housing at the Smithsonian's National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. in 2004. It's graceful entry, garden and patio and sky lighted concourse area lift the spirits of residents and visitors alike.
- case management
- substance abuse treatment & relapse prevention
- legal assistance and entitlement advocacy
- vocational and educational assistance
- community program referrals
- technology/computer center
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development / Supportive Housing Program (HUD/SHP)
N.Y.C. Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD)
N.Y.C. Department of Homeless Services (DHS)
Formerly homeless individuals with disabilities.