The Potter Building is a 4-story senior residence consisting of forty-nine independent living units. To successfully integrate this new building with its surrounding up-scale community, special attention was paid to the brickwork and overall quality of the exterior detailing.
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.
The Oaks at Camden is a new 57-unit affordable development for families in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The townhouses and flats are designed in both two and three-bedroom configurations.
Part of a HOPE VI Revitalization effort, Rush Crossing is a new affordable housing development located in the northwest section of Trenton. It consists of thirteen 3-story buildings, offering 204 units of new affordable living opportunities for families.
Middle Township NJ
Situated on a 17-acre site, Meadow Lark Run is a new affordable housing community offering 80 residential units for families. The development consists of 3-story, garden-style apartment buildings, and a centrally-located clubhouse with amenities.
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.
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.
Originally built in 1866, the conversion and adaptive reuse of this vacant 5-story factory building in the Kensington section of north Philadelphia provides 27 units of affordable housing, as well as studio facilities, for local low-income artists.
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.
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.
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.
A component of the HOPE VI Neighborhood Revitalization plan for Newark, City View Landing replaces a dense, high-rise public housing community with 122 new affordable units developed for homeownership, senior living, and family rental townhouses.
Edison Township NJ
A new affordable development built on the former site of the US Army’s Camp Kilmer in Middlesex County, one of nine counties most impacted by Superstorm Sandy. It offers 88 units of workforce housing and 30 units of supportive housing for homeless families.
Blumberg Apartments, the first of a multi-phase redevelopment effort, and part of a HUD Choice Neighborhood Initiative, consists of 57 affordable units situated in 3-story buildings in the Blumberg/Sharswood neighborhood of north Philadelphia.
The City of Orange NJ
Anticipated to be the cornerstone for long-term revitalization efforts in the city, Dr. Walter G. Alexander Village I represents the first phase of this award-winning, multi-phase, affordable transit-oriented redevelopment effort in The City of Orange.
The Oaks at Park Pointe public housing site in Griffin is a two phase neighborhood-wide redevelopment effort led by the Griffin Housing Authority providing 84 affordable family townhouses designed under Georgia’s Green Communities Program.