Clark Condon worked with GSMA and New Hope Housing, Inc. to develop a residential community at Reed Road for homeless and at-risk families in single-parent households. The landscape amenities include a park-like outdoor environment in a large, secured courtyard with seating nodes, a playground, ample open space and picnic areas, which are clustered around the multi-purpose community building. The courtyard plant palette included a rich variety of tropical plant species. Trees line the street and provide shade for the parking lot and low-maintenance plants accent the building architecture. This project earned a LEED Gold certification.
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|LEED Gold. Residential Community. Park-Like Outdoor Environment. Large, Secure Courtyard. Seating Nodes. Playground. Ample Open Space. Picnic Areas. Low Maintenance Plants.