Santa Fe partnered with Community Solutions to purchase a hotel to provide more than 120 people a safe place to live, while accelerating the city’s efforts to end homelessness in the process.
Swift Factory, a former gold leaf manufacturing center located at the heart North Hartford, has been transformed into a vibrant hub for entrepreneurship, training, learning and community engagement.
The first of its kind in Washington, D.C., this 124-unit, mixed-income residence was developed in partnership with McCormack Baron Salazar and Sorg Architects.
The Rosa F. Keller Building, the first supportive housing project in New Orleans, provides sixty energy-efficient units and onsite services for formerly homeless, disabled persons, and low-income workers.
The Greg Jackson Center for Brownsville, which promotes a preservation-based approach to creating a thriving community hub, combines employment and wellness resources, financial and entrepreneurship support, co-location space for nonprofits serving the community, and multipurpose arts and culture facilities extending to an adjoining courtyard.