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9News – Denver’s homeless to get housing, health care at new development

9News – Denver’s homeless to get housing, health care at new development

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless celebrated the launch of the Renaissance Legacy Lofts and Stout Street Recuperative Care Center.

DENVER — A new mixed-use development in Denver will help serve the housing and healthcare needs of people experiencing homelessness.

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless hosted a grand opening event Thursday to celebrate the launch of the Renaissance Legacy Lofts and Stout Street Recuperative Care Center at California and 22nd streets.

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Stout Street Recuperative Care Center and Renaissance Legacy Lofts Grand Opening Livestream

Stout Street Recuperative Care Center and Renaissance Legacy Lofts Grand Opening Livestream

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless will host a livestreamed grand opening event on Thursday, October 6, 2022, for the first-of-its kind Stout Street Recuperative Care Facility for people experiencing homelessness and the 98-unit Renaissance Legacy Lofts. This mixed-use property will meet the immediate health care needs for 500 individuals per year through medical respite and recuperative care while creating 98 permanent supportive housing apartments for people experiencing homelessness.

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Recuperative Care Center and Supportive Housing Opens in Five Points

Recuperative Care Center and Supportive Housing Opens in Five Points

City leaders joined with the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless today to celebrate the launch of a first-of-its kind mixed-use development to serve the housing and healthcare needs of people experiencing homelessness. The Renaissance Legacy Lofts and Stout Street Recuperative Care Center, located at 2175 California St., will meet the immediate health care needs for 500 people experiencing homelessness annually through medical respite and recuperative care, while also providing 98 units of affordable and supportive housing.

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Colorado Coalition for the Homeless Opens “First-Of-Its Kind” Stout Street Recuperative Care Facility

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless Opens “First-Of-Its Kind” Stout Street Recuperative Care Facility

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless Opens “First-Of-Its Kind” Stout Street Recuperative Care Facility – Transforming Lives and Community

Milender White (MW), in partnership with Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (CCH), Renaissance Housing Development Corporation, and Christopher Carvell Architects celebrated the grand opening of the Stout Street Recuperative Care & Legacy Lofts facility in person and with a live virtual ceremony on Thursday, October 6th, 2022 at 11 am (MST).    Attendees of the event included Mayor Michael Hancock, Councilwoman Diana DeGette, Councilwoman Robin Kniech, Colorado State Representative Dominique Jackson, and Executive Director of the Department of Housing Stability and Chief Housing Officer at City and County of Denver Britta Fisher, CCH board members, as well as many CCH staff, architect Chris Carvell, and many other highly invested community members.  This project is the first of its kind and will no doubt have an incredibly transformative, positive impact on the homeless community in Denver, CO.

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The Kansas City Art Institute Architecture & Innovation 1885-2020

The Kansas City Art Institute Architecture & Innovation 1885-2020

by Cydney E. Millstein and designed by Jeffrey M. Isom

This new book takes readers on a fascinating journey of the transformation of the Kansas City Art Institute and cements its importance in the architectural history of Kansas City. It follows the college’s nomadic beginning in 1885 as the amateur Sketch Club to the current architecturally diverse, award-winning sixteen-acre campus. Archival photos and plans demonstrate how architects and landscape architects created a meaningful and diverse place of distinction, unlike anywhere else in Kansas City.

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AIA Central States Region Design Excellence Awards

AIA Central States Region Design Excellence Awards

AIA Central States Recognizes KCAI Residence Hall & Dining Center for Design Excellence.

Accolades continue for the Barbara Marshall Residence Hall and Wylie Dining Center at the Kansas City Art Institute. On Thursday, the project received a Merit Award at the AIA Central States Region Design Excellence Awards.

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AIA Awards – Kansas City

AIA Awards – Kansas City

KANSAS CITY ART INSTITUTE – BARBARA A. MARSHALL HALL AND WYLIE DINING CENTER
The Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI) is nestled within a premiere arts corridor, along a pedestrian path known as the “art ribbon.” A new residence hall, whose form and function respond to the context of KCAI’s park-like campus, is the cornerstone of establishing the freshman experience.

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Finalists named for 2019 ULI GLOBAL Awards for Excellence

Finalists named for 2019 ULI GLOBAL Awards for Excellence

Nineteen extraodinary developments from around the world have beem selected as fi nalists for the 2019 ULI Global Awards for Excellence competition, which is widely recognized as one of the real estate industry’s most prestigious award programs. This year’s fi nalists include 14 in North America, four in Asia, and one in Europe.

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Development 360

Development 360

Development 360 is a mentoring program for ULI young leaders (35 & under) that provides an in-depth case study of one of Denver’s most exciting real estate projects. This year the developer McWhinney has chosen The Ride at RiNo designed by Christopher Carvell Architects

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