Staten Island, New York
A resident of the Midland Beach area of Staten Island, NY needs professional architecture and engineering services for a new two story home. His house was red-tagged after the storm hit and has since been leveled. He and his family have been living in a hotel for nearly five months.
Brooklyn , New York
We are Praxis Housing Initiatives, a non profit organization providing housing and supportive service to homeless adults with AIDS, and histories of mental illness, substance abuse and incarceration.
--The Tower N. Sister Cities Café, Hostel & Gallery: 8259 S. Commercial Avenue --The Houston U Entrepreneur Bakery: 8256 S. Houston Avenue --The Frontier Q Labs Camp & History Museum: 8500 S. Brandon Avenue
Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning, Engineering
New City, New York
VCS (formerly known as Volunteer Counseing Service of Rockland County, Inc.) is a family service agency serving an underserved, uninsured, and - increasingly - immigrant population in a wealthy suburban county 20 miles outside of NYC.
Under contract to the Department of Public Safety develop from scratch a fully functioning Building & Safety Department with CBO, Inspectors and Permit Techs including code references, computers and furniture. We assisted in funding, and training including community outreach.
We currently operate out of three spaces that are all inadequate for our needs. I would like to develop an idea/plan for one inclusive space and begin to develop a capital campaign to raise the funds for the project. Timeline Part of our next three year strategic plan.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Kadampa Meditation Center New Mexico first came into existence as Shakyamuni Buddhist Center in 1997. Our teacher, an Irish Buddhist nun, was sent to Albuquerque from a center in the UK, where Kadampa Buddhism was first established in the West by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
San Francisco, California
Historically, the central stretch of San Francisco’s main artery Market Street was home to a thriving theater arts district. Most of the old time theaters have since closed, but a handful like The Orpheum and The Warfield are a vibrant reminder of Mid-Market’s former glory.