• 225,000-SF, nine-story renovation and adaptive reuse of an old healthcare facility into an affordable housing complex for seniors
  • Built in 1907, the Ravenswood Hospital building was closed after nearly 100 years of operation and remained vacant for more than 15 years
  • Four-story steel addition constructed off the second floor that supplies additional residential units to the complex
  • 193 units total, including 119 supportive living units and 74 independent living units
  • Complete façade rehabilitation, including masonry restoration, new windows and entrance systems, porte cochere modifications and outdoor amenity spaces with new seating and vegetation
  • A project-specific safety plan was developed to address the unique safety needs and challenges presented by building during the pandemic