The Commons at Stanton Square A Campus for Community Learning and Spiritual Growth
Located at 2375 Evans Road, SE, The Commons, Stanton sits on a hilly eight-acre campus divided into two sections. The 57,000-square foot building designed by architects Cox, Graae, &Spack will house Martha’s Table and Community of Hope and will include space that can be used by other community-serving entities. The lower campus at the intersection of Pomeroy and Stanton Roads will consist of 120 affordable rental units (1, 2, & 3 bedrooms) including 13 units reserved for families supported by CoH’s permanent supportive housing as well as 42 market rate townhomes for sale designed by TortiGallas.
The Commons is a collaborative effort of the Horning Family Fund, Horning Brothers, Community of Hope and Martha’s Table. The Commons will provide early childhood education, nutrition programs, parental supports, and a healthy environment, and after school programs for children and young adults. The Commons, is scheduled to open in 2018. The new building provide an office space Martha’s Table’s food, education, and community support programs, a brand new Community of Hope location, and a mix of affordable and market-rate housing. Horing Brothers will be providing funding and managing 120 rental units and 42 townhomes by the time the project has been completed.
Scope of Work
General Contractor Whitting Turne
r contacted our team to install an air barrier for this specific project. Air barriers are systems of materials designed and constructed to control airflow between a conditioned spaces and an unconditioned space. The air barrier system is a primary air enclosure boundary that separates indoor (conditioned) air and outdoor (unconditioned) air.