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Berkeley Homeless Navigation Center

With the City of Berkeley’s homeless population rapidly growing, the City quickly introduced solutions that would promptly connect people to transitional housing opportunities and provide immediate access to social services. The City needed temporary shelter space that would offer local homeless and their families a place to shower, sleep, eat, and do laundry. The solution: a seven-building, 5,776 sq. ft. complex that could serve immediate occupancy needs and could be repurposed and relocated to serve longer-term needs in the future.

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