Village Apartments is part of Landon Bone Baker’s Roseland Senior Campus Project that includes a larger Senior ILF (Independent Living Facility), and incorporates an existing 124-unit Assisted Living Facility to create a continuum of care for Roseland seniors.
This smaller scale, 14,620 ground square foot grandfamily building is a two-story, 10-unit structure clad with a combination of masonry and multi-width profile cement fiber siding and panels. The grandfamily building nestles in with the ILF building to the south to form the shared garden courtyard.
The building is one unit wide with an exterior protected corridor, allowing natural light and ventilation to penetrate from the two sides of each unit. Large windows in all kitchens overlook the garden and play space so grandparents can keep an eye on their grandchildren. Units are generous in size and contain 3 or 4 bedrooms. Open flexible living/dining areas are provided with room for a large table for eating and working on school homework and projects.
The building was designed with enhanced energy efficiency and utilizes the Illinois DCEO affordable housing energy grant by providing additional insulation, air sealing, energy-efficient mechanical equipment and lighting-all working to reduce utility and operating costs. Roseland Place received 3 stars on the Chicago Green Homes Checklist and completed the city’s Green Permit Process.
2013 Vision Award Winner, Urban Land Institute
2013 MetLife Foundation Award for Excellence in Affordable Housing, MetLife Foundation and Enterprise Community Partners, Inc
2012 Richard H. Driehaus Foundation 1st Place Award for Architectural Excellence in Community Design, CNDA/LISC
2012 AIA Design for Aging Review 10, Selected Case Study
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Drone shot over Roseland Village Grandfamily Apartments and Roseland Place Senior ILF. Courtesy Mercy Housing Lakefront.
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By Jack Schroeder, AIA, LEED AP, This article first appeared in AIA’s newsletter on social impact, March 29, 2016. See more of Roseland Village Grandfamily Apartments here. standing in front of a vacant, trash-strewn site in the roseland neighborhood on the far southside of chicago, one of our best and most inspiring clients came to…
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On Saturday, June 4, Jeff, Terran and Evan worked side-by-side with residents to beautify a block in the Roseland neighborhood. The Beautification Project focused on painting fences and porches, cleaning a vacant lot and planting flowers on the 40 West block of 108th street.