POPE FIELD TERRACE
2012 – 2014
Pope Field Terrace is a 56-unit affordable housing development for families, comprised of 12 one-, 28 two-, and 16 three-bedroom apartments. Because they are designed to accommodate families, the units include a fully equipped kitchen, a patio/balcony, an outdoor storage area, washer/dryer connections and ceiling fans in all bedrooms and living rooms. The development itself includes a community building with a leasing office, community room, central laundry facilities, computer room, and fitness studio. Additional amenities include community picnic shelters and a children’s tot lot.
The development was created to allow households whose income is below 60 percent of the area median income to rent new, energy efficient housing in a safe, community-focused environment. The development was financed through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program.
Michael Osman, LEED AP
Principal Architect, Project Manager, Project Designer
Jeffrey Schrift, Associate AIA
Architectural Designer, Document Production, Construction Administration
Matthew Rodda, AIA, LEED AP
Architect of Record