Project Update: Construction Wraps on Supportive Housing Project in Chicago

January 07, 2021
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Photo Credit: Sarah’s Circle

Photo Credit: Sarah’s Circle

Source: REJournals

Construction is now complete on a new supportive housing facility for Sarah’s Circle, a Chicago-based non-profit that assists women in crisis.
 
Where is this happening?
Uptown neighborhood, Chicago, Ill. 
 
Who is involved?
Developers: Brinshore Development
Designers: Perkins + Will

When is this happening?
Construction is complete.
 
Why is this important?
Completion of this project will allow women who are homeless “to start off the year in a new, fully furnished home of their own.” (Kathy Ragnar, Executive Director of Sarah’s Circle, REJournals)

 
Key aspects?
Basement
Dining room
Walk-in commercial freezer
Office space for on-site case managers
Computer lab
Group rooms
 
Project specs?
Six-stories tall
36,000 square-feet of space
38 units of permanent supportive housing
50 beds for interim housing

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