This 15,500 square foot LIFE Center occupies a new one-story office building located in a small office park in Pennsauken, just outside of Philadelphia. It is distinguished as one of the first two PACE programs established in New Jersey by Catholic Health East.
This student residential community on the campus of Kutztown University in rural Berks County is situated on 14 acres of rolling hills. The new development, known on campus as Golden Bear Village (GBV), consists of a mix of both garden style and mid-rise apartment units, and offers a total of 1,000 new beds for the Kutztown student population.
Landover Hills MD
Newton Green is a new independent living community located in Elkins Park. It offers local area seniors 85 units of affordable living, in addition to a full complement of amenities and services aimed at supporting an independent lifestyle for residents.
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.
Nearly three football fields in length, the Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center is a 120,000 square foot, state-of-the-art community facility located on a former brownfield site along the Delaware River in downtown Camden.
A certified New Jersey ENERGY STAR Home, Ridgewood Avenue provides 21 low-income individuals with histories of mental illness and homelessness a dignified, independent living environment. Each resident has his or her own one-bedroom apartment.
College Station TX
Representing over 150,000 square feet of renovations to two existing buildings and a fitness center, The Tradition at Northgate in College Station, Texas is aimed primarily at providing living opportunities to the local Texas A&M student population.
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.
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.
New Brunswick NJ
With its prime location in the heart of New Brunswick’s downtown business district, 90 Bayard offers 262 new market rate units, 26,000SF of modern office space, 7,000SF of retail, as well as 273 new parking spaces for the area.
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.
Fort Lee NJ
K&A provided complete architectural and engineering design services for this fifteen-story, 129-unit, high-rise development with a mixed-income program and supportive housing component.
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.
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.
K&A provided full architectural and engineering services for this new student residential community located on the campus of Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey. With an integrated design and careful landscaping throughout the entire complex, the apartment community consists of a total of 113 townhouse-style units.
Medford Senior offers 36 new units of affordable senior living in the heart of Medford Township. The community includes a host of amenities such as computer rooms, a fitness center and a multi-purpose community room for social events.
Located in an existing 2-story building, this new center occupies 3,500 square feet of the first floor, and includes therapy for neck and back pain, sports and accident-related injuries, joint replacement therapy, and balance disorders, to name a few.
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.
Camp Salute is an affordable housing community and joint venture between the People for People Foundation of Gloucester County and Conifer Realty LLC to provide permanent housing for low- to moderate-income families with a veteran preference.
The renovation of this 18,000 square foot facility created an inviting place for seniors to come together and receive much-needed medical assistance. Highlights include an open floor plan, spacious and well-lit dayrooms, garden courtyards and a chapel.
This 24,500 square foot office space was transformed into an attractive, inviting PACE Center, where seniors engage in a widse variety of wellness, social, recreational, nutritional and spiritual activities, as well as comprehensive therapy and healthcare
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.
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.
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.