Design for Aging Review Awards, 15th Edition
The Design for Aging Review showcases facilities that represent conscientious surroundings and advance environments for senior living.
These 11 projects represent the Merit and Special Recognition award recipients:
The project goal was to design a prototype for a series of Independent Living communities located in urban areas.
Kobe Tower brings high standards of design, care, and service for seniors to the Kansai region of Japan.
Midvale Senior Center
Built on historic Midvale Main Street, the senior center anchors the downtown area and is sited adjacent to another civic building.
Rotary Terrace provides 80 residential units of much needed affordable housing for bay Area senior citizens.
The Goldin at Essex Crossing
Fifty years after tenants were relocated, the decades-old promise to revitalize this important corner of Manhattan’s Lower East Side (LES) was realized.
With its various floor plan configurations, the project unit count can accommodate anywhere between 92 and 136 units.
Built on a Baldwin Apple orchard, this retirement community is composed of six multi-story buildings.
Brightview West End
The mixed-use, high-rise retirement community is specifically designed for seniors and is a key part of the larger Rockville Town Square urban infill development.
Care Dimensions Hospice House
The project is a new 18 bed inpatient hospice, built to expand the reach of the client's services.
The primary goal of the project was to respond to the presence of a significant regional park immediately adjacent to the property.
The Vista at CC Young
This high-rise licensed healthcare building is comprised of 188 residential units, 32 skilled nursing licensed rehabilitation units, and an Adult Day Stay center
Coe Hoeksema / Dattner Architects