The spaces in-between.
“Who will take care of my child when I’m no longer able to do so?” This fear is the driving force behind this pioneering project. It’s designed to promote independence for young adults living on the autism spectrum. Classrooms. Apartments. And circulation spaces. All equally important in this supportive environment that creates connections.
This transit-oriented development leverages the benefits of a supportive urban area, connecting residents to jobs, friends, the arts, recreation, lifelong education and their community. The property will also be supported by an extensive technology platform bringing together smart homes with smart phones and tablets that involve the resident’s/student’s daily living and personal schedules, tele-health, property management and communication with family and friends.