The work included renovations to 112 units within the complex, as well as community conference rooms. New features added during construction included a dog wash station, 3 ADA-compliant apartments, a wine storage room, a dog park, and a bike maintenance room. Carpet, paint, casework, mechanical systems, and the fire alarm system all received upgrades as well.
The Community Support Center, which was constructed for the Women’s Crisis Family Outreach Center is a three‐level 7,800 sf wood framed structure, designed with a residential appeal. The Center has living space for up to 26 clients and staff, and includes administrative offices, therapy rooms, a kitchen, and enclosed porches.
The doors were removed and replaced, the lobby was refurbished. MWGC also stripped off the entrance canopy, and replaced it with a more visually appeasing look.
The housing units are three, 3-story buildings with 9-units each (27 total). Each ground- up building includes approximately 6,893 square-feet (5,665 residential & 1,228 common space). The buildings will incorporate "net zero" principles. This will be made possible by a vast array of solar panels on the roofs of each building. The solar panels should create equal to or more energy than each building consumes.
Granite Park will consist of two structures totaling 19,660 square-feet and provide 22 much needed workforce housing units to Summit County. The units will be a mix of 5 studio units, 11 one-bedroom units and 6 two bedroom units. This project will transform half an acre of land in the central core area of downtown Frisco, into a viable and sustainable option for rentable housing.
MWGC recently started renovating this old property to provide a 10 bedroom workforce housing unit or Summit County.