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City Center by Fresno Mission First Floor

This 180,000 square foot facility offers a well designed and dignified space for community members facing homelessness, domestic abuse and other life challenges.


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Interior Finishes & Space Planning

Project Details

This 9-acre campus includes over 180,000 square feet of state-of-the-art buildings and facilities providing local community members a one-stop pathway out of crisis through a single front door. Taking a "high-end" approach to homeless shelters, City Center houses the services of up to 20 nonprofit organizations focused on providing relationship-driven care to the Central Valley's struggling population.

The first floor of City Center is designed to feel like a welcoming coffee shop, complete with various lounge and dining areas which create a "living room" atmosphere. Warm, textural architectural elements are paired with bright, primary pops of color, establishing a playful aesthetic that still feels sophisticated. Industrial lighting and polished concrete floors give the space a contemporary edge, while re-purposed materials like antique brick from Fresno Mission's original building provide a sense of lived-in history that makes the new City Center already feel like home.

Want to see more City Center designs? Be sure to check out the Upper Floors here!

“In our effort to create a space for the most vulnerable in our community, we asked Facility Designs to create a space that leaves people inspired. We can say without absolute certainty that the team from Facility Designs helped us design the most inspirational project in the Central Valley.”
Fresno Mission Matthew Dildine | CEO

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