Posts Tagged ‘landon bone baker architects’

Heiwa Terrace

Heiwa Terrace Building Exterior Rendering

Heiwa Terrace is an existing 201-unit residential development that provides subsidized housing for seniors and disabled persons in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood. In addition to the residential units, the facility includes ground-floor common areas and offices for building administration and service providers. Heiwa Terrace will undergo substantial renovations and reconfigurations that include: improvements to several building…

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Centro de Trabajadores Unidos (CTU) Immigrants Welcoming Center

CTU Immigrants Welcoming Center Rendering Exterior

Centro de Trabajadores Unidos (United Workers’ Center) is a grassroots member-led community organizing group and worker center serving Chicago’s southeast side and south suburbs. CTU strives to build immigrant and worker power, by providing advocacy and support to stabilize low-income immigrant communities and communities of color. CTU Immigrants Welcoming Center is the gut renovation of…

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Brookwood at Antioch

43 Antioch Townhomes Looking NE Rendering

43 Antioch is a MHDC funded 66-unit multi-building community in The Northland of Kansas City. It is a mix of townhome and apartment flats buildings with a transformed Community Building and extensive site and outdoor programming. The development includes play lots, garden plots, school bus loading zones, workout facilities, a computer lab, and a pre-K…

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The Chicago Lighthouse, Chicago, IL

Aerial rendering of the Chicago Lighthouse

The Chicago Lighthouse Residences will be the first LIHTC building in the country for the blind. An innovative mixed-income, transit-oriented development in the heart of the Illinois Medical District, The Chicago Lighthouse Residences is only a short walk to the Polk Pink Line El station and major bus routes along Damen, Ashland, and Roosevelt. This…

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835 W Wilson, Chicago, IL

835 W Wilson Northwest view rendering

835 W Wilson is a 73-unit building providing affordable apartments to seniors ages 62 and above. The design promotes active engagement both within the building and the neighborhood. The heart of the building is an active circulation loop that links resident community spaces, a lush rooftop deck, and a ground-level garden path, while street-facing common…

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