The concept of my project was to create permanent supportive housing for recovering addicts, teens, seniors, and those with disabilities. The design derived from the surrounding neighborhood grid where I then placed bars horizontally and vertically to create a zig zag effect. This effect allows for different zones to be placed throughout the site where I added a herb harden, Zen garden, outdoor eating, and a water garden; creating a restorative environment for its inhabitants. On the ground floor lays the communal spaces, which include many rehabilitation centers and health clinics, as well as a daycare. Above are the living spaces where there are three types of units: single, couple, and family. Adjacent to the site is Leon H Washington Park, which provides an abundance of recreational activities that can be useful to residents. Also, the blue line is a ten-minute walk from the site, allowing for easily accessible transportation.