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Empowering Young Adults to Live Independently | Waukesha, WI

Journey21 is an independent living facility for adults with IDD (intellectual/developmental disabilities)

The project includes a lodge (16 units) with condos, freestanding cottages (12), an enrichment center (11,000 sf), and additional amenities (patios, sports courts, walking paths, greenhouse).

The goal is to create a community atmosphere where the residents can live, play, and socialize.

This is a labor of love for families seeking the best living facilities for their family members as they move from kids to adults.


Square Footage

Enrichment Center: 11,000
Lodge Building: 30,000
12 Cottages: 1,200


Artwork Coordination
Design Development
Consensus Building
Construction Documents
Furniture Consultation
Full Architecture
Graphics – TBD
Historic Preservation
Interior Design
Lighting Design
Master Planning
Schematic Design
Site Planning
Site Analysis
Space Planning

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