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DHS PATH Family Center
Ennead Architects

The design of the 77,000 square-foot DHS PATH Family Center in the Bronx expresses the City's progressive approach to homelessness. The building is organized in two parts: public zones occupy the first and concourse levels and accommodate client interviews. Administrative areas, as well as interview and waiting rooms, are located on floors two through seven in large, loft-like spaces. The materials used for the façade of the building give credit to the surrounding neighborhood: terra cotta references the brick architecture of the residential buildings and zinc and metal trim provide a more industrial element. The building is seeking LEED Silver certification from the USGBC.

 

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