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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Partners in Action: Mondloch House

Mondloch House, a 45-bed homeless shelter in the Lee District, is slated for renovation to create 20 much-needed affordable efficiency units.  The Fairfax County Department of Housing and Community Development is developing the “Residences at Mondloch” in partnership with the Fairfax County Office to Prevent and End Homelessness, New Hope Housing, and other community partners.

Mondloch is currently is operated by New Hope Housing under contract with the Office to Prevent and End Homelessness (OPEH).  Both New Hope Housing and OPEH expressed an interest in upgrading the building and improving its functionality to provide efficiency units for formerly homeless adults under a Housing First Program. The project is expected to renovate the existing 8,463 square foot building and add 2,953 square feet of new floor space.

Renovation of Mondloch is expected to begin in June 2012 with an anticipated completion date of June 2013. An estimated $3,353,204 will be used for substantial renovation of the existing homeless shelter facility and conversion to residential studio units for “Housing First.”

Click here to view a rendering of Residences at Mondloch.
Click here to view a colored elevation.
Click here to view the floor plan for Residences at Mondloch.






























Rendering of Mondloch House
































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