Located in Pacheco, CA, the California Grand Casino has been a landmark destination for gaming in the region Lsince 1979. Due to its growing popularity, on July 30, 2009, the casino relocated and expanded into an existing 18,000 square foot building. An example of adaptive re-use, the project site was transformed from an existing lumberyard building into a new high end card room casino.
The business park, at Dale Road and Kiernan Avenue, was annexed into Modesto along with Kaiser in 2004. The first building finished is a 11,500-square-foot outpatient dialysis center for those with kidney problems. The new clinic was designed by Harriman Kinyon Architects of Walnut Creek.
Located in Marin County at 1415 Third Street in San Rafael, the approximately 10,500-square-foot state-of-the-art medical clinic will serve the residents that live in close proximity to downtown and provide them with convenient access to high quality medical care. The design of the new clinic, in keeping with the historical nature of the downtown community, will complement its surroundings, blending the use of natural material, planters, trees and shrubs. Harriman Kinyon of Walnut Creek, Calif., is the architect for the outpatient clinic.
The San Rafael Medical Office Building by Harriman Kinyon Architects is located in a planned transitionary area Twithin the traditional downtown and the surrounding residential districts. The firm needed to be cognizant of the historic nature of the adjacent Victorians and at the same time be true to the use and functions of the project and the desires and sensitivities of the City and public.
Richards Crossing involves the construction of a 39-unit affordable housing development for the homeless and extremely low-income individuals. Eight units will be reserved for chronically homeless veterans and receive rental assistance from the U.S. Veterans Administration, while the other 31 units will receive Section 8 project-based rental assistance.
Kinyon + Kim Architects, Inc. is an architecture firm based in Walnut Creek which offers services primarily in healthcare and affordable housing markets throughout the Western region of California and Nevada. The firm’s philosophy is to work on projects that have a true impact and are of vital service to the community.
Nevada Rural Housing Authority in conjunction with several other backers broke ground on the Richards Crossing housing facility in Carson City to benefit homeless veterans.
The recently opened 39-unit affordable housing complex in Carson City known as Richards Crossing helped push the Nevada Rural Housing Authority project to be recognized by a national finance association during a conference last month in San Francisco.