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Design advances on “La Casa” Supportive Housing Project

Process—————15 August 2011

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture, along with joint venture
partner Leo A Daly, are continuing to develop their design for the
District-owned "La Casa" supportive housing project.  The project is an important milestone for the
District in their efforts to redefine the concept of housing for the homeless
community.  Rather than function as a
shelter, the "La Casa" project will provide permanent, supportive rather than
temporary housing for forty men.  Each
living unit is designed as a single-person efficiency that will provide
stability and predictability for the tenants as they immerse themselves in day
to day living.

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Ferebee-Hope Campus Redevelopment

22 July 2021

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