Acacia Network

Serving the New York Hispanic Community since 1969, Acacia Network is funded by HDC and HPD. They provide social services including affordable housing, health services, transportation services, and job services.

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renovated and reprogrammed the 20,000 ft2 Bronx Acacia Network office, consisting of conference room, cafeteria, and control center with full MEP/FP upgrades. The Acacia Network organization is well known for the various services they offer such as affordable housing, transportation, and employment opportunities. In addition, they offer a wide range of health services to all ages, including medical diagnosis and care in areas such as Adult Medicine, Pediatrics, Women's Health Services, Podiatry, Eye Care, Asthma Care, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Diabetes Care & Education, HIV Testing & Care, Psychiatry and Mental Health Services, and much more.

Location

300 East 175th Street
Bronx, NY

Client

Acacia Network

Architect

Marin Nanca Architects

Budget

$2.1M

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