New construction of a 57,000 child care and adult day care facility on a 5.5 acre parcel in west Salt Lake City. The new building will replace a nearly 60 year old school and 45 year old adult day care building with one, multi-winged building which will serve additional clients, more intergenerational activities and serve […]
New Market West is a four story, LEED certified 135,700 square foot commercial building (including a 42,800 square foot subsurface parking garage) that will create a hub for retail and community services near the 60th and Market Street El stop in West Philadelphia on a 1.5-acre vacant site. New Market West will bring high quality […]
The project is a joint venture between Horizons for Homeless Children and WaterMark Development. Horizons will occupy approximately 47,000 square feet of the new building which allows Horizons to consolidate three leased locations into an owner-occupied space resulting in program efficiencies and cost savings. In addition the number of homeless children served by Horizons’ programs […]
Supportive services facility for the homeless families in the San Fernando Valley. LAFH is a unique provider because its supportive services and real estate development address the full continuum of care for homeless and low-income households, from temporary housing to permanent rental housing, all linked to supportive services. The project includes a federally qualified health […]
So Others Might Eat (SOME) is an interfaith, community-based organization that has been instrumental in helping the poor and homeless in our nation’s capital. SOME’s response to the District of Columbia’s increasing economic gap and affordable housing crisis is the development of the Conway Center, a 10 story mixed-use project that includes the Center for […]
In December 2015, HRV invested $5,880,000 in Terry Reilly Health Services (TRHS), a Federally Qualified Health Center in Nampa, Idaho. For forty-two years, Terry Reilly has been one of Idaho’s most prominent providers of affordable, comprehensive healthcare to the low-income community, the uninsured, the homeless, and migrant farm workers.
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 […]
The rehabilitation of the vacant Philip Morris Blended Leaf Complex in downtown Richmond, Virginia into a new headquarters for Congregations Around Richmond To Assure Shelter (CARITAS).
The Phoenix Rescue Mission (“Mission”) was founded in 1952 in downtown Phoenix where an evening meal, Chapel service, and clothing were provided to the poor and homeless, serving between 35 and 50 clients each day. Today the Mission has expanded its services and outreach to provide 79,456 bed nights of shelter and over 386,000 meals […]
The Stout Street Health Center & Renaissance Lofts has provided acute and primary medical, mental health, and oral health care to Denver’s downtown homeless population for over 25 years, serving more than 8,700 people a year. The Center has expanded access to these critical medical services with construction of a 50,000-square-foot replacement facility that allows […]