Celebrating the 'New' Whitney Hill Homestead
Residents Judy Smith (left) and Polly Dakin joined in festivities celebrating upgrades and improvements to the 30-year-old Whitney Hill Homestead, a Cathedral Square housing community in Williston, following a year-long, $6.8 million renovation.
Lives Well Lived
Our residents contribute to our communities and our lives in meaningful and profound ways. We remember some of those who have made a deep impression on us in recent years and whose memories live on.
Finding a Home
After his mother died, Chuck Frazier lost his home and ended up living in his car. Now back on his feet, he has a Cathedral Square apartment in South Burlington and takes pride in helping his community and his neighbors.
We Are Cathedral Square
We are housing developers, caregivers, maintenance specialists, health care professionals, social workers and public-policy advocates dedicated to promoting healthy homes, caring communities and positive aging. At Cathedral Square, older adults and people with disabilities and other challenges can live their lives to the fullest -- in communities where age and wisdom are valued and respected, where diversity in all its forms is welcome and celebrated.
Stable, affordable housing is the foundation of health, financial stability and quality of life. This is especially true as we age. At Cathedral Square, we offer a range of housing and support -- for older adults living independently, for people with disabilities, and for those needing extra help to remain living at home -- that is second to none.
Our residents have on-site access to the programs and services of SASH® (Support and Services at Home), a free program of health and wellness shown to improve health and quality of life, reduce medical expenses, and help people remain living at home as they age. SASH includes activities, special events and outings, and regular check-ins.
At Cathedral Square, the work we do and reason we do it is simple and straightforward: We believe that every person, regardless of financial means, personal circumstance or stage of life, has the right to quality, stable housing and the supports they may need to live their life to the fullest in the place they call home.