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.
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.
New Brunswick NJ
Promise House is a new 6,100 square foot, 2-story supportive housing residence located in New Brunswick. The project aims to provide a dignified, independent living environment for 10 homeless individuals with a history of mental illness.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Mount Holly NJ
The rehabilitation of a 6-story, 125-unit apartment building, including the redesign of the building entry, new common area space plans, an addition to the existing fitness room, and the reorganization of the building’s management facilities.
Egg Harbor Township NJ
Developed by The Arc of Atlantic County, Egg Harbor Supportive consists of three separate group homes providing 10 new, fully-accessible units of affordable supportive housing to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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.
The View on 10th represents 560,000 square feet of Waco’s premier living experience for neighboring Baylor University students. The community offers 718 beds, a state-of-the-art amenities package, a 9,000 square foot clubhouse, and 718 spaces of parking.
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.
Opening its doors to the public in October 2015, the Beacon of LIFE Center occupies 24,500 square feet of newly-renovated ground floor space at what was previously the Patterson Army Health Clinic at Fort Monmouth, a decommissioned Army base.
Colorado Springs CO
Serving the local University of Colorado student body in Colorado Springs, the West Edge apartment building offers 195 units with 620 bedrooms, an integrated 4-story parking garage, and a state-of-the-art amenities package.
Master planning services for a mixed-use development on a 173-acre site in Victoria. The proposed project includes a mix of residential, retail and commercial uses integrated into a safe, attractive, and appropriately scaled community.
St. Christopher’s represents the successful renovation of the children’s cancer treatment suite at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia. It includes modern updates to the finishes and overall configuration and atmosphere of the space.
A multiple award-winning project in Closter, the Van Sciver Supportive Housing project was designed and developed for people with special needs. It includes 16 Single Room Occupancy (SRO) units and a variety of services and amenities for residents.
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.
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.
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.
A joint project between Sacred Heart Hospital and Pennrose Properties, West Turner Residences offers local area seniors a 4-story residential apartment building with 61 new units of affordable senior living, state-of-the-art amenities and a roof deck.
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.
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.
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.