prc (positive resource center)

san francisco, ca

Collaborating to make an impact.

Revel teamed with Gensler to deliver the Integrated Service Center, home to San Francisco’s Positive Resource Center (PRC), as well as AIDS Emergency Fund, and Baker Places. Their new home helps them bring seamless access to integrated social services to our city’s most vulnerable neighbors impacted by HIV and AIDS. These invaluable groups provide a variety of legal, social, health, and residential resources all under one roof.

As project architect for the new PRC project, Revel brought our passion and dedication to the San Francisco community to deliver the best outcome possible for these non-profits.

In addition to the benefits of these organizations living under one roof, the project’s central location in the SoMa neighborhood, also allows PRC to have a greater impact on the community they are serving. Bringing these groups together isn’t where the effort ends, though – it’s actually just the beginning. Design considerations play a substantial role in the project’s success. Operable windows, glass replacing loading dock doors for more natural light, and a floorplan laid out for flexibility and multi-use activities all contribute to the Center’s ability to serve.

project details

client

prc (positive resource center)

location

san francisco, ca

size

25,000 sq ft

credits

photography by: jason orear, design architect: gensler, project architect: revel architecture & design

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