Our affordable and supportive housing balance aesthetics, safety, durability and sustainability. Many projects provide social services for job training, life skills training, alcohol/substance treatment and community support services. In addition to the design, we collaborate with owners, developers and non-profits on state, federal and local funding sources to provide cost-effective housing solutions that help people live more stable, productive lives.
We design beautiful and sustainable multi-family and scattered-site housing for projects that range from new construction, renovation, and adaptive-reuse to historic preservation. And, our expertise extends beyond design, we have extensive knowledge in working with funding sources including HCR Tax Credits, HFA Financing and Historic Tax Credits to assist our clients in obtaining the necessary funding to make their vision a reality.
- Funding Sources
- Scattered Site
Our team designs supportive housing projects that include shelters, transitional housing, and affordable housing with supportive services. These multi-family residences allow residents to live more stable, productive lives whether they are fighting homelessness, recovering from addiction, or need a home that accommodates special needs. Our expertise extends beyond design, we have extensive knowledge working with funding sources that include OMH, HHAP, OPWOD Tax Credits and Historic Tax Credits to assist our clients in obtaining the necessary funding to make their vision a reality.
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- Supportive Services
- Transitional Housing
DePaul Lock 7 Apartments Open in Oswego, NY
The name Lock 7 refers to the neighboring portion of the Oswego Canal.
Shaun Baranyi Joins SWBR as Project Architect
Shaun brings his expertise in BIM modelling, visual programming, and graphic visualization to our Housing studio.
SWBR Recognized with Two Awards from AIA Rochester
The annual award celebration honors excellence and achievement in architectural design, sustainability, and innovation.
Adapt, Reuse, Repurpose
We see opportunities for older buildings to serve new purposes. Here’s a look at three market trends.