WSFSSH at West 108 provides an innovative model for supportive, family, and transitional housing, integrated with the delivery of community and social services. The project comprises 199 permanently affordable apartments for low-income families and seniors, as well as an expanded Valley Lodge to serve 110 homeless seniors. The development includes a healthcare clinic, community meeting rooms, public restrooms for the adjacent Anibal Aviles Playground, and a home for the Central Park Medical Unit. The project provides a rich array of social, recreation, and support spaces, as well as a landscaped roof terrace and garden area in the rear yard. The exterior design responds to the context of traditional Upper West Side apartment buildings with a contemporary architectural expression. The approach to the interiors emphasizes a hospitality feel — where various spaces provide different experiences through the configuration of space, materials, color, and lighting.