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Page & Turnbull Emerge As Leader In Offering Affordable Housing Solutions

October 16, 2020

Page & Turnbull is concurrently working on a variety of projects aimed at solving urban housing crunches.


Where is it happening?

Throughout California


Who is involved?

Page & Turnbull


When is it happening?

The projects are ongoing.


Why is it important?

Page & Turnbull’s projects “help demonstrate how to balance historic character with adaptive reuse, community involvement, and complex design solutions to create new homes for a range of people and families while also strengthening our cities and their historic context. “ (Lada Kocherovsky, Principal at Page & Turnbull, Cision PRWeb)


Projects Underway?

Student housing renovations at The Webb Schools in Claremont, Calif.

New low-income apartments at the Capitol Park Hotel in Sacramento, Calif.

New student housing in Merced, Calif.

New eight-story, mixed-use residential project in San Francisco

Revitalization and conversion of fire-damaged mortuary into senior housing in Los Angeles, Calif.

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