Commission approves plan’s for Geraldine E. King women’s resource center in Salt Lake City

Commission approves plan’s for Geraldine E. King women’s resource center in Salt Lake City
April 4, 2018 Sid Pawar

Building Salt Lake’s Isaac Riddle reports on the status of Salt Lake City’s Homeless Resource Centers

“The city has started the demolition and building permit applications for both centers, proposed for 131 E.  700 South and 275 W. High Avenue.  The 131 East  700 South Center will  house and serve women exclusively.  The 275 West Center will house both men and women.”

“ajc architects designed both resource centers and the city will build both buildings to energy efficient standards.  The resource centers will each provide 200 emergency beds and will share a similar layout.  The resource centers will be two-stories with emergency beds, a large courtyard, dining area, kitchen, donation room, client services offices, clinical exam room, large hygiene room with showers and small retail area on the ground floor.  The second floors will include a break room, conference room, offices and a computer workstation area.”

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