Built in 1962 and converted to senior housing in the 1980’s, the Rosa Parks Senior housing building is part of the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program conversion. This program is a key part of the affordable housing program, privatizing public housing and allowing funds to be utilized for deferred maintenance and much needed improvements.This 12-story concrete building contains 203 residential units, several common areas, and site management areas. The project included a large scale renovation and upgrades throughout the site, all being constructed during a phased occupancy, allowing the building to be partially inhabited while the renovations occur. Improvements include full interior residential unit upgrades including accessibility upgrades, new kitchens and bathrooms, and finishes throughout. All interior and exterior common areas were fully renovated and a full exterior waterproofing renovation occurred, including new roofing, new windows, and exterior cladding repairs with a new color palette. The building also received system- wide improvements of mechanical, electrical, and fire-life safety upgrades. Efforts of design and funding resources allowed us to capture underutilized space of the building and repurpose that space to become additional residential units, making the current unit count 203 low income units.