Joseph Ramos lived in the Fox House for about six months last year. He described the building as "a gift from God." "It was a beautiful place," he said. "It was a good idea, but it was like a zoo." A recovery residence for people living with HIV and AIDS, the Fox House will be shut down by the Center of Behavioral Health, its property manager, when its five-year lease ends in December. The house is widely known to have suffered from financial and management woes since opening in 1996.