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Jazzie Collins Apartments

Inclusive Urban Community: Brady Block incorporates supportive housing

Jazzie Collins Apartments is a six-story permanent supportive housing mid-rise which comprises of 96 living units, a community room, kitchen, laundry room, outdoor courtyard, and one basement level. The 50,000-sf building is part of the larger Brady Block micro-community.

DCI’s use of a post-tensioned concrete slab at Level 2 minimized construction costs and structural framing thickness.

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Location:
San Francisco, California
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Square Feet:
50,000
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Stories:
6
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Service:
Structural
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Industries:
Multi-Family Residential
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Primary Material:
Concrete, Wood

Project Highlights

  • The wood framing and interior shear walls allowed for more flexibility with installing the mechanical systems and better daylighting with window locations.
  • The building is named after a San Francisco activist Jazzie Collins.
  • Solar PV array installed on rooftop.
  • GreenPoint rated
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