This project included the demolition of an 87 unit public housing development and its redevelopment into a village of 157 affordable apartments for low-income families and individuals. Situated across 7.5 acres in Oakland, buildings include new townhouses, a new three-story apartment building, and a renovated pasta factory that contains affordable apartments and a medical clinic. The project required remediation of hazardous soil conditions in numerous locations and lead paint abatement within the pasta factory. Sitework and landscaping included a Village Square and green spaces, walkways, and parks throughout the village. Green features included solar electricity generation, solar hot water, and a living roof. Buildings were certified LEED for Homes Platinum and the development achieved one of the first LEED ND Certified Gold Plans.