A temporary supportive housing project is underway at 65 Delhi St., which the County of Wellington bought from the City of Guelph with this purpose in mind.
The plan is to turn the historic building into a facility that houses 28 residents and provides a variety of wraparound services, with the goal of helping people move from homelessness into housing. Renovation and expansion plans are estimated to cost between $7.5 million and $8 million.
An anticipated opening date hasn't been set, explained Wellington County's director of housing, Mark Poste, explaining the process of ordering "major components" of the building is underway now and it's unclear how long that will take.
More information about the project can be found here.