This two-story facility was designed to serve as transitional housing for a program managed by the Inter-Faith Council.
Features include dental and medical suites, a full commercial kitchen, recreational space, laundry, support space, offices, and bedrooms of various arrangements that can accommodate fifty-two men. One of the more notable features of the project is located adjacent to the building on the site: a large, underground storm detention structure was installed to retain water to be recycled. The building construction is comprised of steel with a brick façade. A rooftop mechanical penthouse provides additional height and conceals the necessary HVAC equipment.
- Location: Chapel Hill, NC
- Cost: $3,202,511
- Size: 16,500
- Year: 2014
- Duration: 365 days
- Owner: Inter-Faith Council for Social Service
- Architect/Engineer: GGA Architects