New Horizons, Inc. (AKA New Horizons Village), the Town of Farmington, and the Connecticut Department of Housing have partnered to stabilize, modernize, and implement energy-efficiency upgrades to existing affordable housing residences and endeavored to create and construct 22 additional state-of-the-art, one-bedroom units on the campus of NHV. The addition of the 22 units made it possible to positively impact the lives of the residents who once shared living space to realize independent living and supportive care services. NHV provides affordable ADA-compliant housing with added support services to 101 adults with physical disabilities. The individuals living in the Village have a wide range of physical disabilities including Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, spinal cord injuries as well as other clinically diagnosed disabilities of the central nervous system. Most tenants rely on motorized wheelchairs for mobility; therefore, having access to quality accessible housing is vital. newly constructed property consisting of two and three-story buildings with a mix of one-, two-, and three bedroom units with square footage from 760 for a one bedroom, 1,146 for a two bedroom, and 1,310 for a three bedroom. All units have been built with 9-foot ceilings which causes the units to feel very large and open.