Philadelphia, PA

Architect: Kramer + Marks Architects

HELP Philly IV is a newly constructed three-story, wood frame building dedicated to providing affordable transitional housing solutions and other residential and social services for the 55+ community. The 61 unit project includes residential units reserved for homeless veterans.

The building also includes medical offices and physician exam rooms, community space, and administrative offices. The exterior facades will feature brick veneer and fiber cement panel siding.

Project broke ground in January 2014 and was completed one year later.

Founded in 1986 by Governor Andrew Cuomo and recognized by the United States Congress as a national model, HELP USA is one of the country's largest builders and operators of service-enriched transitional and low-income permanent housing. HELP USA has 19 residential communities in the New York metropolitan area, Philadelphia, and other communities throughout the country.