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Daly Genik’s Tahitit Housing Complex in Santa Monica Redefines Sustainable Low-Income Housing

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 23, 2012 01:14 PM
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by Andrew Goodwin last modified Aug 20, 2012

Santa Monica-based architecture firm Daly Genik teamed with a local nonprofit agency to redevelop this low-rise apartment complex at an entrance to the I-10 freeway in downtown Santa Monica. The 35,000-square-foot site is now home to the Tahiti Housing Complex, which consists of 36 low-income housing units that share dramatic central courtyards and gardens. These units [...]




 

 

Daly Genik, Tahiti Housing Complex, AIA Merit Award, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, LEED, Storm Water, Low-Income, Affordable Housing, Workforce Housing

Santa Monica-based architecture firm Daly Genik teamed with a local nonprofit agency to redevelop this low-rise apartment complex at an entrance to the I-10 freeway in downtown Santa Monica. The 35,000-square-foot site is now home to the Tahiti Housing Complex, which consists of 36 low-income housing units that share dramatic central courtyards and gardens. These units help families to live in the extraordinarily unaffordable West Side of Los Angeles, filling that need with architectural ingenuity.

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