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 City of Orange NJ Harvard Printing Company is a new 4-story family mid-rise providing 128 new units (70 of which are affordable), as well as the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of an existing historic, 4-story art deco factory building into a parking facility offering 157 spaces.
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.
Philadelphia PA 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.
Philadelphia PA 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.
Lawnside NJ Fusing both new construction, as well as the adaptive reuse of an historic school building, Lawnside Senior Residence is a new residential community providing a total of 40 one-bedroom rental apartments to the local Lawnside senior population.
Jersey City NJ With its dramatic brick and terra cotta façade, the T.J. Stewart Apartments in the Harsimus Cove Historic District of downtown Jersey City stands six stories tall and provides 48 units of affordable senior living to the local community.
New Brunswick NJ The second phase of the highly successful Providence Square Project, 55 Harvey Street represents the successful redevelopment of a former cigar factory, offering 53 new units of affordable senior living, along with a host of amenities.
Burlington Township NJ An historically-sensitive and significant adaptive reuse of an existing elementary school, along with the design of a new, 2-story addition, offering 75 units of affordable living serving low- to moderate-income seniors and adults with mental illness.
Camden NJ Located on a former commercial site in a distressed and historic neighborhood of downtown Camden, LEAP Academy successfully accommodates 240 students in 30,000 square feet of space, incorporating programs for Pre-K, K-3, and grades 9-12.
Philadelphia PA 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.
East Orange NJ Hope Gardens represents the renovation and adaptive reuse of an existing administration building on the campus of East Orange General Hospital. The project provides 24 supportive housing units that will serve a population living with mental illness.