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Approaches to Adaptive Design in Affordable Housing for Older Adults

December 20th, 2013 — 9:14pm

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Approaches to Adaptive Design in Affordable Housing for Older Adults

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Construction Completed on Salvation Army Housing

December 20th, 2013 — 8:53pm

TLC Housing EntryConstruction has been completed on The Salvation Army’s new Transitional Living Center at their Door of Hope campus. This project shall house twenty-four single-mother families with children from new-born to 12 years of age. These apartments are arranged around a central play area and tot lot for the children; providing a safe environment for mothers to socialize and attend to their families.

The overall master planned project is the development of forty-seven transitional living apartments. A planned Phase II project will house forty-four “aged-out” foster children and one manager’s apartment.

A community building, serving both groups of residents will provide administration, classrooms, social spaces, a laundry, and other support spaces.

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Ground Breaking for Rose View Terrace

December 13th, 2013 — 9:12pm

Ground Breaking for Rose View Terrace

Garden View TerraceClovis, California — Groundbreaking for the $8 million Rose View Terrace, a 60-unit Senior housing complex in Clovis, California has taken place. The project is sponsored by Southern California Presbyterian Homes and the City of Clovis, California.

Matalon Architecture & Planning, specialists in the design of senior housing, is the architect for the three-story, 50,000 square foot project. Amenities for the building include a large community room with a service kitchen, a library/computer room, a craft room, a game room, and a laundry/TV room for residents.

Southern California Presbyterian Homes, a Glendale, California-based provider of housing and services for seniors, is well represented in San Diego County with senior living communities such as The White Sands of La Jolla, Redwood Terrace, and Redwood Town Court.

For further information, please contact Michael Matalon at 858.483.6587, ext. 14.

To read about this project in the San Diego Daily Transcript, click here.

Approaches to Adaptive Design in Affordable Housing for Older Adults
— Maximizing Human Potential

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