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Draftsmen & Craftsmen

5/05/08

Construction was recently completed on Catholic Charities/Good Shepherd Center Women’s Village Phase III, a 35.9k sf mixed-use building that will provide services to all residents of Good Shepherd Center's facilities. Construction on the property, which is located at 1671 Beverly Blvd, just west of downtown Los Angeles, started in November 2006 and will be dedicated on June 12, 2008.

Snyder Langston is the general contractor for the project, while Pasadena-based Onyx Architects handled the design work.

The Phase III development is situated on a half-acre parcel of land and includes underground and surface parking for 42 vehicles and a retail bakery/cafe that will provide employment assistance and concrete work experience to some of the women at Good Shepherd. The second floor consists of an employment and client service center, computer training area and classroom and conference rooms. The two remaining floors are dedicated to transitional housing for homeless women in the program and include 21 one-bedroom apartments and one two-bedroom manager’s apartment. The property features security measures that include controlled access gates along the perimeter of the property as well as security cameras.

According to Frank Martinez, Vice President of Business Development for Snyder Langston, “This project will benefit many homeless women and children by providing an environment that facilitates self-sufficiency and hope.”

The first two phases of the village include a transitional housing residence and a subsidized supportive housing residence that provides long-term housing to mothers with disabilities and their minor children. Good Shepherd Center also operates an Emergency Shelter and Drop-In Center, a Mobile Outreach program and a transitional residence for homeless mothers and their children.

In response to ever increasing need, Good Shepherd Center developed the Women's Village, a community of women at various stages in their journeys out of homelessness. Women's Village offers the complex, in-depth and long-term continuum of care necessary to make lasting changes in the lives of homeless women and their children. At the Women's Village, clients not only receive shelter and supportive services, they learn the skills necessary to achieve independence and self-sufficiency.






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