Ethel T. Chamberlain House is an $8 million supportive housing development which will completely rehabilitate a vacant four-story, 26,000 sq. ft., former Greater Syracuse Land Bank property on Onondaga Boulevard in Syracuse. Partnering with the Salvation Army, this project will provide a 15-bed women’s shelter on the first floor featuring communal living, dining and bathroom facilities. The upper three floors will house 16 permanent supportive housing rental units for homeless women and their families, with resident referrals from The Salvation Army. The Ethel T. Chamberlain House will have onsite case managers and a resident manager to help coordinate services for its residents.