The Cabot Manor Apartments is a federally
assisted complex located off of Hampden Street in Chicopee Center.
The 150 units in the complex range in size from one, to four bedrooms.
This developments benefits from large areas of green space and
has two community buildings serving resident needs. Constructed
between 1959 and 1961 at the cost of $14,434.00 per unit this development
was part of an urban renewal effort and it replaced an older CHA
wartime development, Curtis Terrace.
The development is named after the early industrial investors
from Boston that furthered the growth of the city in the early
part of the nineteenth century. The streets within the development
are named after a former Mayor of Chicopee, Anthony J. Stonina
(Stonina Drive) and a former Housing Director Alfred Plante (Plante
Circle). Mayor Stonina is most noted for his contribution in
securing the governments commitment to build an airbase in Chicopee
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