The Oriental Masonic Gardens in New Haven was a modular housing project designed by Paul Rudolph and built by Prince Hall Masons. In this project, residences were grouped in fours around a utility core. Lower modules contained living spaces, with two or three bedrooms in a second module above. The project experienced a series of setbacks and was not well received by inhabitants, who complained of leaks. The project was demolished in 1981.
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Housing - Low-income Housing - Connecticut - New Haven;
United States of America
Smolski, Chet, "Paul Rudolph Public Housing- New Haven" (1975). Browse All. 242.
housing, public (Connecticut);