The Project consists of the construction of a new 26,200 SF Medical and Senior Activity Center targeted to seniors to include: an approximately 8,000 SF medical clinic to be operated by Centura Health, an approximately 10,900 SF dialysis center to be operated by Fresenius, and an approximately 6,800 SF senior activity center to be operated by DHA. The NMTC Project will be located on the ground floor and rooftop garden activity area portions of a newly constructed seven-story, mixed-use building. The Project re-establishes critical primary medical care services in this low-income, medically underserved neighborhood, while also providing homes for many low-income seniors and disabled residents. The co-location of uses and cross programming that the Project offers will allow the seniors and those with disabilities living on-site to age in place with amenities and services proven to positively impact their health and wellbeing.
HealthRIGHT 360’s project involved the acquisition and renovation of a 48,000 square foot building in the heart of San Francisco. The new building opened its doors in 2017 as an integrated health care center for low-income and safety-net patients, offering a comprehensive array of services including primary medical and chronic disease treatment, dentistry, mental health services, substance use disorder treatment services that address the social determinants of health (housing, employment, education, computer literacy and wellness), and a low-cost pharmacy. The facility includes 30,000 square feet of medical space which includes dental services and a pharmacy, 10,000 square feet of mental health and social service space and 10,000 square feet of administrative space.
Callen-Lorde provides comprehensive healthcare, including primary care, behavioral health, 340B pharmacy and social services, to adults and children in the LGBTQ and broader community. The project consists of new construction of 25,000 SF leased space in a multi-use facility. The facility will enable Callen-Lorde to expand primary care and behavioral health services, and will also include an onsite pharmacy and administrative space
The Project consists of the rehabilitation and conversion of the historic 16,200 SF St. Casimir’s School building into a Community Connections Center and five units of supportive housing, and the neighboring historic 7,300 SF Convent Building into a Health and Wellness Center. Combined, the two buildings will provide comprehensive and expanded supportive services and housing to those experiencing or at risk of homelessness, including case management; life skills training; financial counnseling; job referrals; food service and pantry; health and wellness checks; and other supportive services. The Project is expected to serve 750 individuals and 4,000 visits annually, nearly doubling the number of people served at its existing site.
The Project consists of the construction of a new 60,900 SF service center targeted to very low income and homeless individuals co-located with housing designed to transition people from homelessness to stability. The first two floors of the newly constructed six-story building will consist of: a 29,000 SF dining hall and community meeting space to be operated by Catholic Charities; a 22,400 SF computer lab and supportive service center to be operated by Catholic Charities, Ramsey County and a number of other service providers; a 5,700 SF health center and dental clinic to be operated by Westside; and 2,250 SF for another social service use to be determined after closing or operated as a social enterprise café. An addition 1,500 SF of storage space will be located in the basement of the building. The NMTC Project will provide comprehensive support services for very low income and homeless individuals, including primary healthcare; dental care; mental and behavioral health services; adult education and workforce development programs; financial counseling; public benefits/entitlement services; community integration; housing placement services; meal service; and laundry and other personal care services/facilities. By integrating housing and services at the same site, it is expected that the NMTC Project will provide the support necessary to achieve self-sufficiency and create true pathways out of poverty and homelessness. This Project will allow Catholic Charities to better serve its clients by allowing it to consolidate its services in St. Paul to a single location and to expand services offered on-site by partnering with other service providers. – Opportunity Center
Paseo Verde is a $48.2 million mixed-use, transit-oriented, green development in Philadelphia’s Ludlow community – a low-income, distressed neighborhood currently undergoing a revitalization drive fueled by strong public and private collaboration. The multi-building development features 120 units of affordable and workforce housing. Fifty-three units are affordable to families with household incomes between 20% and 60% of the area median income (AMI). The other 67 units are targeted to low-income families making less than 100% of AMI. The project’s 30,000 square feet of commercial and retail space include a primary care health facility, pharmacy, and social services office. The 1.9-acre brownfield site is located directly adjacent to the Temple University Regional Rail train station.
The Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH), Capital One, and the City of Houston have partnered to provide financing for The Women’s Home (TWH) Mabee WholeLife Service Center in Houston, using an innovative financing structure that will make a tangible difference in one of the cities’ most needy areas. The new 30,000 SF, LEED Silver Certified facility will offer low-income women and families comprehensive supportive services that currently don’t exist in the neighborhood. The services will include a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) operated by Spring Branch Community Health Center; after school/summer enrichment programs for children provided by the YMCA of Greater Houston; counseling services to at-risk youth and adults provided by DePelchin Children’s Center and The Women’s Home; and adult education/workforce development programs provided by Memorial Assistance Ministries.
The development of a new 49,000 SF community health center to expand healthcare and services to people living with HIV/AIDS and people experiencing homelessness. The Project includes a 44,000 SF FQHC, a 3,000 SF Healthcare Training Center, and a 2,000 SF pharmacy. The Project will serve 10,200 patients per year (of which 5,000 will be new patients served) and will allow El Rio to expand its patient-centered model of care to provide primary healthcare, dental care, mental healthcare, substance use treatment, and other wrap around services. – See project description. CBA: Yes. The project Sponsor has committed to working with the GC to target 40% of construction jobs to LICR/P, and best efforts to target 7% of construction contracts to MBE firms.The project Sponsor also committed to using reasonable best efforts to serve 80% LICR/P patients.