Play Place for Autistic Children
Play Place for Autistic Children is the first of its kind in the United States that was designed to replicate public spaces similar to a shopping mall. The space includes a hair salon, retail stores, a café, theater, merry go around and castle.
The Osborn High School project was the collaborative effort of IDCFC, AIA Detroit and the general contractor Cunningham Limp. The renovation was a Life Remodeled initiative to update key areas of the school in 2015. The areas were the cafeteria, the former library space and administrative office, which had not been updated since the building’s opening in 1952.
Grace Centers of Hope, Willam A. Davis Women and Children's Center
A former church and community center was converted into a residential/learning center for homeless women and those recovering from addiction.
Turning Point, which provides emergency shelter and counseling for survivors of domestic and sexual violence, had been struggling for some time to secure the necessary funds in order to meet the increasing demand of their services.