University Place is situated on the site of the former Lamar Terrace public housing development. The abandoned public housing was razed leaving room for Architecture, Incorporated to design an entire new neighborhood. Total gross square footage in the project is approximately 312,000 in 77 buildings. There are 287 total housing units. The management building includes a fitness room, community center, computer lab and swimming pool. The project also included all new infrastructure, playgrounds, park space and secured parking. Efery effort was made to save the existing historic oak trees on the site.
Funding for the project was provided by Hope VI money as well as other government and private sources.
Constructed: Between September 2008 and continuing
Number of housing units: 350
The project is the redevelopment of the former Dixie Homes public housing. An entire new neighborhood has been created. The project includes multifamily homes, a mixed use building, elderly housing building, all new infrastructure, parks, playgrounds and secured parking. There is a management component of the mixed use building that contains offices, community center, computer lab and swimming pool.
Funding was provided by Hope VI money as well as other government and private sources.
This building is part of the Legends Park development. The building is 30,000 square feet and houses the management building, tenant rental space, fitness room, community space, computer lab and swimming pool. The top floors contain 24 apartments.