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Board of Supervisors Endorse Action Plan for Southwood Redevelopment

Great news for Habitat for Humanity and the residents of Southwood Mobile Home Park as the Action Plan for Phase 1 of redevelopment was approved by the Board of Supervisors. This Action Plan was a highly collaborative effort and is a clear step toward real commitment to increasing sustainable, long-term, resident-driven, affordable housing in the County.

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Join us on Houzz

We are pleased to announce that brwarchitects has joined Houzz, an online platform dedicated to connecting homeowners with residential design professionals. Several useful features distinguish Houzz from other social media networks, including one we are using already: collaborating with our clients throughout the design process using IdeaBooks.

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repurposing suburban retail spaces at riverside medical plaza

The decline of big box stores and suburban shopping centers has left urban planners and developers with the dilemma of how to repurpose these large-footprint buildings. Not all attempts are successful: some conversions to town attractions or greenhouses lacked sustainability. The most successful examples of reuse have been in the public interest: community centers, libraries, churches, and medical plazas.

On Route 29 North, the former Riverside Center retail shopping center is currently under redevelopment, lead by developer Norm Brinkman with brwarchitects acting as design firm for the complex’s Building 1.

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