The Storefront works with homeowners, organizations and businesses to encourage quality community development and strengthen the legacy of our urban neighborhoods through education, advocacy and participation.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Better Housing Coalition plans a sensory garden

Today at Storefront, Lee Alford and Lane Pearson of the Better Housing Coalition met with landscape architects Andrea Almond of 3north and Nathan Gruver of Timmons Group to plan a sensory garden for a senior housing facility to be constructed at the Beckstoffer's Mill site on N. 28th Street in North Church Hill.  The garden will be planted on a terraced patio on the roof of the building, and may include a fountain, butterfly attracting shrubs and benches for senior residents' enjoyment.


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