Revitalizing senior living near downtown Dayton
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Built as an affordable senior community in 1972 in the Oregon District, approximately one mile from downtown Dayton, Jaycee Towers was at risk of being converted to market-rate housing and in need of a modernization. Redwood developed a preservation and redevelopment plan to revitalize the property, which included a comprehensive community focused renovation. The revitalization included full unit renovations, façade improvements, systems upgrades, elevator modernizations, security upgrades and energy efficient appliances and fixtures throughout. Additionally, a new on-site service coordinator office was built along with a wellness center, fitness center, community gardens and picnic areas.
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Originally constructed in the 1980s, Civic Towers and Civic Towers Senior were neglected and in need of meaningful capital investment. Redwood developed a comprehensive redevelopment plan, inclusive of an entirely new facade, to preserve and upgrade these critical community assets.
Royal Palm Gardens
Fort Myers, Florida
Originally built in 1970, Royal Palm Gardens was neglected and in need of a significant capital investment. Redwood developed a comprehensive redevelopment plan, inclusive of building a new community center, to restore the property as high-quality affordable housing for decades to come.
San Clemente, California
The Presidio, a three-story senior community located in a high-demand, supply-constrained market, was at risk of being converted to market-rate housing. Redwood sponsored an amenity rich, environmentally focused renovation that preserved the property as high-quality affordable housing.
Hausten Gardens, a mid-rise affordable senior community located near Waikiki Beach, was at risk of being converted to market rate housing. Redwood collaborated with a local partner to preserve and meaningfully improve the community as high-quality affordable housing.
Port Townsend, Washington
Admiralty Apartments, a mixed-use historically significant property on Port Townsend Bay, was partially condemned after storms damaged its structure. Redwood sponsored an environmentally focused redevelopment that included rebuilding the property’s pilings and brick masonry façade.