Capitol Hall

Capitol Hall provides housing for men and women who are vulnerable to homelessness because of their age, income or disability.

A man at a door holding out a pair of keys.
A man holding a pair of keys inside the Capitol Hall building.

A 10-story building, Capitol Hall includes 201 single-room occupancy units, as well as offices and community space. Our staff provides daily meals, case management, a building manager, recreational activities, holiday celebrations, 24-hour/7-day front-desk and more, while keeping tenant privacy and independence paramount.

One of the first supportive housing residences in New York City, Capitol Hall was developed by Goddard Riverside, the Settlement Housing Fund and the West 87th Street Block Association, beginning in the late 1970s. Many of its tenants are referred by our Homeless Outreach program.

Capitol Hall underwent a total renovation from 2013 to 2015 that provided tenants with their own private baths and kitchenettes and restored the building’s historic beauty.

On-site services include:

  • case management
  • entitlement assistance
  • medical care
  • nutrition Program
  • Laundry and Housing Keeping program
  • substance use counseling
  • work-readiness training
  • meals program
  • 24-hour/7-day front-desk 
  • group activities ranging from trips and movies to quilting and gardening

Capitol Hall

Alexandra Badia


(212) 724-1000