• Collection: Senior Housing Portfolio

 
 
 
Lincoln Senior Housing

Lincoln Senior Housing

Lincoln Way Senior Apartments is a 45 unit three story elevator served building. The property is conveniently located at the intersection of Lincoln Way and 4th Street in Sparks, NV. Lincoln Way features 31 one-bedroom and 14 two-bedroom apartments that serve residents at or below 45% of area median income. Lincoln Way Seniors provides a Veterans preference for 16 of its units. The community also provides 5 apartments for formerly homeless seniors with project based vouchers administered by the Reno Housing Authority. Lincoln Way Senior Apartments was awarded the Builders Association of Northern Nevada 2016 BANN-er Award for best new affordable housing development.

River Senior Apartments

River Senior Apartments

Located along the Truckee River in downtown Reno, our client wanted this 55 unit project to make a landmark statement in the area. Dramatic use of Art Deco styling, bold colors and aluminum spires and trim elements collectively combined to achieve that goal. Amenities for the project were oriented to take full advantage of the river walk and views of the mountains beyond. Technical challenges included special care to meet FEMA flood standards, Green building standards and mitigation of sound from train traffic across the river. 2011 Banner Award - Best Affordable Multi-Family Community and Most Effective Use of Green Building

Prater

Prater

This 74 unit 3 story apartment building project is a joint venture between the City of Sparks who is the land owner and two low income housing developers. It includes a community meeting room, management offices, a computer room and exercise facilities. Total size of the project is 69,000 sq. ft. 2005 Banner Award - Best Affordable Multi-Family

Arbor Cove

Arbor Cove

Through sensitive design and by reflecting the Victorian style character of the surrounding community, this hotly contested project not only obtained overwhelming support at the political level, the major opponent to the project sent a letter of congratulations and apology for opposing us once they saw how well the project fit within their neighborhood. Careful placement on the site allowed for significant separation from the adjacent single family homes and for a creative lot split that provided new single family homes to further buffer our project. Overall, the building is 65,000 s.f. with 66 units and features the Victorian design character being continued throughout the interior of the facility.

Grace Apartments

Grace Apartments

These 56 units of senior apartments were developed by a faith based partnership with Grace Tabernacle Church of God in Christ and Cloyd Phillips at Community Services Agency and Development Corporation. This 54,569 sq. ft. project required a Plan Development Rezone, and is located in a new Public Transit Zone.

Silver Sage at Neil Road

Silver Sage at Neil Road

Completed in two phases, this 58 unit facility represents the second and third project for this non-profit housing developer. The design reflects and celebrates the dominate Hispanic culture of this Reno, NV neighborhood. Special amenities include a large courtyard plaza and pedestrian links for the adjacent community center, elementary school and park.

Stewart Street

Stewart Street

At 37 units per acre, this 42 unit project still allowed ample landscape area for children’s play area, picnic and bbq areas. Density was achieved through creative site planning and public transit oriented zoning allowances. This work represents one of many successful projects completed for Ann Harrington, CSADC and Bob Nielsen, Chairman of the National Association of Home Builders.

Alamo Gardens

Alamo Gardens

This site had numerous challenges but the most critical was the intense sound created by the proximity to highway 680 in Alamo, CA.The design solution was to develop multiple wedge shaped duet units which created a wagon wheel shape to effectively shut out the noise from the park like central courtyard and outdoor living areas of each unit.