Siler Yard: Arts+Creativity Center Submitted for Funding
Our project for the Siler Yard: Arts+Creativity Center has been submitted for Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) funding from the New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority. Prepared collaboratively with Trey Jordan Architecture, da Silva Architecture, and Surroundings Studio, this 65-unit affordable housing project will provide urgently needed live-work housing for the creative community in Santa Fe. AOS is honored to lead the design team and to collaborate with New Mexico Inter-Faith Housing, Creative Santa Fe, and an extraordinary group of artists through a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Our Town grant. A recent article on Next City tells the story of the project and our net-zero energy approach.