Best seniors housing design for Global Awards shortlisted

LONDON: The shortlist for the best seniors housing design has been declared.

Over 250 designs have been considered by the awards secretariat. One of the finalists in this category is shown above.

A $24.7 million project to build a two-phase 130-unit, multi-family housing facility is seeking tax help.

The first phase of the project would be a 50-unit building for seniors aged 55 and older. The second phase would include 80 units for senior or general occupancy. The buildings will be located east of South Broadway and south of 34th Avenue, just north of Lakewood Terrace.

The Global Award winner will be announced in April in London. (Globals)