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La Casa Tour on August 13

News—————6 August 2015

Join AIA|DC and the Shelter With an Agenda Committee's tour of La Casa. This permanent supportive housing project is designed and constructed for DC's Department of Human Services. 

The project, designed by Studio Twenty Seven in conjunction with joint venture partner Leo A Daly, consists of 40 single-occupancy living units with community and support spaces covering nearly 25,000 square feet. Currently the District operates a variety of housing types and models to accommodate the homeless, most of which focus on temporary, nightly shelter. The La Casa Permanent Supportive Housing Project is the first newly constructed facility with private, ADA-compliant dwelling units, will full living spaces, kitchens, and baths for the chronically homeless.

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We are pleased to announce that we are expanding our business with a new Raleigh, North Carolina, office. To learn more about our expansion, check out more details on our website.

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Formerly a fenced-off field, this two-acre plot of land, next to the Metropolitan Branch Trail just north of the New York Avenue Bridge, is an unexpectedly quiet reprieve from the hustle and bustle

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