The project is a joint venture between Horizons for Homeless Children and WaterMark Development. The project enabled Horizons to occupy approximately 47,000 square feet of a new building, allowing it 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 increased from 175 to 225. WaterMark leased another 90,000 square feet to nonprofits assisting homeless and underserved children, youth, and families. In addition, a local restaurateur opened a cafe on the ground floor. More than 380 jobs were associated with the new building.