Progress Place

Progress Place was built primarily as a County facility catering to the needs of different groups like technology services, health services, and maintenance staff. Additionally, it houses shelter spaces and a food kitchen run by independent non-profit organizations. The fourth floor offers housing for homeless individuals with high needs, providing 250 SF apartments with private bathrooms and food preparation areas. These occupants can stay indefinitely and have access to communal kitchen and laundry facilities. This LEED Silver project integrates service, commercial, and residential aspects, making it multifaceted in its design and purpose.

Project Details

Square Footage: 40,000 SF

Services Provided:
Steel Design

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