Completion Date: April 13, 2022
Retail Cost: $193,526.21
Overall Savings: $159,732.21 (83%)
Buildout of Siebert House, a garden style apartment building owned by PathForward. The house, provides housing for chronically homeless individuals and veterans with significant needs and barriers to housing. The 1,000 square foot buildout, by Van Metre Homes and Toll Brothers, included a common room where residents can gather; an office for the onsite life skills coach, where staff can offer supportive programs and services to help residents stay in housing, laundry facilities, and a kitchenette. The project also included an outdoor pergola, exterior paint, and landscaping, which was completed by Touchstone Custom Homes.
PathForward’s mission is to transform lives by delivering housing solutions and pathways to stability. Since PathForward’s initial supportive housing program began in 2007, they have successfully helped 400 people get into an apartment of his or her own, and 96 percent remain in housing five years after placement with the ongoing support that case managers provide.
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