A home for retired missionaries, this complex sits high on a hill looking west towards Narragansett Bay. The original dining hall was expanded with a new, freestanding pavilion. The new dormitory wing includes laundry, exercise and storage facilities. Corridors are bathed with morning light and incorporate sitting areas with views to the water.
Bedroom suites have their own private bathrooms, are fully accessible, and afford large windows overlooking the bay and the spectacular sunsets. The windows are set in shallow angle metal panel walls which are reminiscent of sails.

Ricardo Romão-Santos was designer architect on this project while employed with Saccoccio & Associates Architects.