AIA East Bay: Project Profile: Fukuji Architecture and Planning, December 4, 2014
Collaborative, Supportive Housing at Alameda Point
Fukuji Architecture and Planning, AKA Urban Design Innovations
Bruce Fukuji, AIA is designing 200 units of supportive housing for formerly homeless individuals and families at the former Alameda Naval Air Station. In 2009 the Collaborative Partners initiated a collaborative process to plan for and respond proactively to the City of Alameda’s plans to redevelop Alameda Point and address the interests of their constituents.
The master plan creates a model supportive housing community for three organizations: Alameda Point Collaborative who serve formerly homeless families; Building Futures for Women and Children who serve formerly homeless women and children who are survivors of domestic violence and mental health challenge; and Operation Dignity who serve homeless veterans to rebuild their lives and address wounds of war that continue to linger after their return to civilian life.