2004

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Sep

Palo Alto Daily News, Sept 4, 2004
The final phase of a 10-year effort to bring more affordable housing to Mountain View will begin at next Wednesday’s groundbreaking ceremony for new apartments…

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3
Sep

Silicon Valley buxiness Ink, Sept 3, 2004
Charities Housing Development Corp., a San Jose-based, nonprofit housing developer, will break ground on its San Antonio Place studio apartment complex on Sept. 8. The 120 single-occupancy apartments, to be built at San Antonio Place and San Antonio Circle, will rent for $252 to $700 per month, depending on the tenant’s income. Construction is estimated to take 14 months, according to Adriana Garefalos, senior planner for the City of Mountain View. Prospective tenants must earn an annual income of less than $33,435 to qualify.

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1
Jun

National Building Museum/Wahington, DC, June, 2004
There seems to be an absence of good design when looking at the soulless, low-income housing blocks littered across America. This show features 18 projects-from a sustainable complex in Santa Monica, California, to a home for people with AIDS in Albany, New York-that prove aesthetics are possible at any price.

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1
Jun

AIASD Design Awards, June 2004
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May

Silicon Valley Biz Ink, May 14th, 2004
The term “affordable housing” often conjures up images of stark, bleak, tenement-style dwellings. But today’s affordable housing projects in the Bay Area, although spartan by definition, hardly cut corners on style and functionality…

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1
May

Residential Architect Design Awards, May 2004
The judges called HomeSafe “a friendly, welcoming place”–exactly the type of reaction Studio E Architects hoped to evoke. “The goal from the outset was to make it feel uplifting,” says principal John Sheehan. The 25-unit co-housing project serves as a transitional residence for battered women and children, a place for them to regroup and stabilize their lives before moving on to a more permanent situation.

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