In the early 1990s Common Ground proposed using historic-preservation funding to turn a derelict former luxury hotel in the heart of Times Square into housing for the homeless.
Dec 31, 2001
In New York City alone there are over 36,000 homeless individuals seeking refuge in shelters each night with another estimated 4,400 unsheltered on the streets.
Dec 31, 1998
Twenty years ago on the downtown Los Angeles site where the Dome Village now stands was a squatter camp called Justiceville—better known as “skid row.”
Dec 31, 1993
In 1987 two graduate architecture students at the Georgia Institute of Technology came up with a surprisingly simple—if unorthodox—approach to providing shelter to Atlanta’s homeless population.
Dec 31, 1987
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