Bellevue Men's Shelter

Bellevue Men's Shelter

Bellevue Men's Shelter

The Bellevue Men’s Shelter, also known as the 30th Street Shelter, is an intake, assessment, and general population shelter for homeless men located on East 30th Street between First Avenue and FDR Drive. The Capital Project Scope Development (CPSD) project, represents a unique opportunity for the staff, the homeless, and the city to renew and to optimize the facility’s services.


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View From 30th St and 1st Avenue
The New 30th provides a vision for the complete transformation of the physical space at the Bellevue Men’s Shelter to provide a clean, safe, durable, and flexible environment, enlivened by meaningful and productive programming and services, and strengthened through positive links to the surrounding community.
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Axonometric view
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View From 30th St North Facade of new Intake Entries
Our vision aspires to advance shelter design and best practices, offering a dignified experience for staff, homeless, and the community, to reduce the duration of homelessness.The project was performed in close coordination with DDC, DHS, and MOO, and ultimately submitted to OMB.
Year
2017
Location
Manhattan, New York
Client
DDC / DHS
Typology
Public, Supportive Housing
Size
382,000 SF
Design Team
Tim Fryatt, Ruth Benjamin, Ishita Gaur, Makenzie Leukart, Hiroya Umeda, JS Yong, Richard Herzog, Craig Kim, Caroline Frantz
Consultants
Silman (Structure), Cosentini (MEP & Code), BCA (Historic Preservation), Cerami (IT/Security), Faithful & Gould (Cost Estimating), Community Solutions (Homeless Strategies), Gateway Housing (Shelter Rehabilitation), Breaking Ground (Supportive Housing), St. Johns Bread and Life (Food scarcity), NYC Global Public Health (Mental Health and Addiction), Cener for Innovation in Mental Health CUNY (Mental Health and Addiction)
Rendering Credits
Nova Concepts
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