River Edge Apartments is a 622-bed market-rate student housing community located right downtown along the Boise River. Just a few blocks from Boise State University, it is aimed at university students and young working professionals alike.
Riverfront Village is a new affordable community consisting of seven 3-story buildings, offering 70 family units, 5 units aimed at homeless veterans, as well as a centrally-located clubhouse offering a variety of on-site amenities and services.
This 26,500 square foot facility in rural North Carolina provides an inviting place where frail seniors can come together and receive healthcare, wellness, therapeutic, nutritional and personal care services while enjoying social and recreational activities.
Sycamore Ridge includes the design of a new community facility with administrative offices, the renovation of 304 apartments and common areas in 76 buildings, and the conversion of an existing leasing office to accessible residential apartment units.
The Oasis at 30th is a 124-unit assisted living residence located in Indianapolis. Developed by the Integral Group, this facility is one of the first of its kind in providing affordable assisted living services to a vastly underserved segment of the community.
This new 19,000 square foot facility represents the renovation and interior fit-out of an existing industrial building, and was designed to host a variety of health, wellness, recreational, nutritional and social activities offered by LIFE at Lourdes.
This 14-story, mixed-use student housing residence and parking garage facility was designed for the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. It offers 465 beds in 234 units, ground floor retail, a fitness center, and parking for 525 vehicles.
West Springfield MA
Atop a tree-lined hill with scenic views, the Mercy LIFE Center in West Springfield has revitalized a formerly vacant elementary school campus. The 24,500 square foot facility is an affordable alternative for local seniors in need of healthcare.
The City of Orange NJ
Dr. Walter G. Alexander Village II represents the second phase of the City of Orange’s Central Redevelopment Plan. Built on a site once home to distressed public housing, the development offers 48 units of new affordable senior housing.
Project HOME’s James Widener Ray Homes offers 53 units of permanent, supportive housing aimed at formerly homeless men, women and children, as well as veterans and low-income families. The project is LEED® Gold certified.
Developed in what was once a racquetball club, this two-story building with 23,000 square feet of space was completely renovated and transformed in order to accommodate the diverse and specialized requirements of the PACE program.
Located on a seven-acre, wooded property in Bensalem, this new 60-unit affordable apartment building for older adults offers a host of amenities, providing residents with a dynamic blend of spaces for community activities and social interaction.
Maple Hills in Chattanooga is a 48-unit affordable townhouse development aimed at families. Boasting a variety of energy-efficient and sustainable features, the project is LEED® Gold Certified by the United States Green Building Council.
This 5-story, 640-bed student housing development in Columbia, South Carolina provides local students living opportunities, 450 spaces of integrated parking, a 10,000 square foot state-of-the-art amenity center, a courtyard, pool, and spa.
Named a HUD Promise Zone, phase one of the rehabilitation of Mt. Vernon Manor included 75 largely vacant and dilapidated scattered-site rental apartments in the Mantua neighborhood in Philadelphia. The development is composed of a total of 9 properties in walk-up style apartments.
Jersey City NJ
Occupying 13,500 square feet and the entire third floor of the building, Lutheran Senior LIFE in Jersey City includes spacious dayrooms for dining and group activities, a gym for physical and occupational therapies, and a primary health center.
This project represents the rehabilitation of 25 3-story townhouses aimed at providing 49 affordable apartments to local Philadelphia residents. The program includes offices for management, a community space, and an after-school dayroom.
Atlantic City NJ
Fairmount Market is a vibrant mixed-use development, including new office, retail and residential opportunities, that anchors Atlantic City’s Mississippi Avenue Arts District and creates a gateway to future development along the “Back Bay” waterfront.
Home to K&A, the renovation of The Zane School Offices in downtown Collingswood stands as a great example of how the successful adaptive reuse of an aging historically-certified building can set the stage for longer-term revitalization.
Located adjacent to the campus of Boise State University in downtown Boise, The Vista West offers 369 new beds, including an extensive amenities package, a fitness center, an outdoor barbecue area with fire pits, and a 16-person jacuzzi.
The City of Orange NJ
Located in a designated ready to grow area, this project is the third phase of The City of Orange’s transit-oriented Central Redevelopment Plan. The buildings are designed to be Energy Star-certified and to comply with NJ Green Futures guidelines.
A new 45,000 square foot recreational facility designed using tilt-up concrete construction and long-span trusses. It is a welcome addition to the ministry’s campus, and home to the organization’s worship and educational facilities.
The Queen Lane Apartments consisted of the demolition of an existing 15-story, 119-unit high-rise apartment building, and the design and development of a new affordable apartment community offering 55 units of affordable living in five buildings.
Burlington City NJ
Formerly the J.F. Budd Baby Shoe Factory, West Electronics represents the successful adaptive reuse and historic preservation of a Burlington City landmark, now an attractive affordable senior community providing 36 residential apartments.