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MERIT AWARD RECIPIENT
Armstrong Place Senior Housing
Architect: David Baker + Partners Architect | Full Circle Architecture
This dynamic senior housing creates a new icon and brings life and diversity to San Francisco’s developing Third Street Corridor.
A 116-unit affordable senior housing, the structure features retail and service spaces, open green areas, secure bicycle parking and a car-share pod.