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FIGURE 9.10A: unit layout plan - Floors 2 + 3 FLOOR 2 & 3

BROAD STREET ALLEY

Building D

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Building A

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Building C

FIGURE 9.10B: unit layout plan - Ground Floor GROUND FLOOR

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Building D

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Commercial Space 6 7 Storage Laundry 16 Restroom Gym Rec Room Workshop + Lockers

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Commercial Space

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Storage Building A Laundry8 9 11 Restroom 10 Gym Rec Room Workshop + Lockers

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Lobby Building C Leasing Office Mailbox 15 Event Space Kitchen Lounge Storage

1 Commercial Space 15 8 Lobby 1 Commercial Space 9 Leasing Office 2 Storage 16 10 Mailbox 2 Laundry Storage 3 17 11 Event Space 3 Restroom Laundry 4 12 Kitchen 4 Gym Restroom 5 13 Lounge 5 Rec GymRoom 6 14 Storage 6 Workshop Rec Room + Lockers 7 7 Workshop + Lockers 15 Counceling Center 8 Lobby Unit 8 Layout Lobby Office 9 Leasing 16 Bicycle Racks 9 Mailbox Leasing Office 10 17 other RefuseinEnclosure 10units Mailbox 11 Event Space The are stacked atop each order to provide 11 Event Space 12 Kitchen efficiency in construction. The unit types are mixed within 1 Bedroom Apartment 12 Lounge Kitchen 13 each of 13 studio apartments Studio Apartment 13 building. Lounge 14 Storage Sanctuary 6 consists and one bedroom apartments. Stairs are located near the 1431 Storage 15 of Counceling Center There are two elevators located on ends each building. 15 Counceling Center both the north-east and south-west corners of the residential 16 Bicycle Racks part the site. This is to allow several points of entry for the 16ofRefuse Bicycle Racks 17 Enclosure residents. 17 Refuse Enclosure 1 Bedroom Apartment 1Studio Bedroom Apartment Apartment The apartment entries are on the courtyard side of each Studio Apartment

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Counceling Center Bicycle Racks Refuse Enclosure 1 Bedroom Apartment Studio Apartment

FIGURE 9.11: UNit layout aERIAL VIEW

building to encourage interaction and maintain privacy for the resident community. All of the buildings are connected on the upper floors by a continuous walkway.

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2016 Sanctuary 6 Bank of America Low-Income Housing Competition Proposal  

This housing project won 1st place on a national level. The team consisted of 7 architecture students, 2 city and regional planning students...

2016 Sanctuary 6 Bank of America Low-Income Housing Competition Proposal  

This housing project won 1st place on a national level. The team consisted of 7 architecture students, 2 city and regional planning students...

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