The McLane Center of Hope is a rehousing initiative that hopes to help it’s clients leave the facility better than they were before. The new facility assists in this process by containing a Chapel, offices, a full-service kitchen, dining hall and classrooms. In addition, this facility also contains separate men’s and women’s sheltering for emergency and long-term housing needs. The facility is adorned with a courtyard made from artificial turn to give children and families a place to gather and play.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
HH Architects developed a Master Plan of facilities in the classic Romanesque style of architecture, communicating back to the origins of the Catholic Church.