A “Nifty” Reuse

The task came directly from the city manager: find the best reuse for the entire second floor (5,400 square feet) of a 30-year-old community center in Lakewood, and do it in the midst of California’s fragile fiscal climate. And, accomplish this without disrupting ongoing operations in the rest of the building. Built in the 1970s, the Burns Community Center was opened to provide preventive health care, nutrition, educational programs and counseling services, and was a site for many human service …


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