A PLACE OF SANCTUARY
The men, women, and children served at Pacific Garden Mission live in a healthy environment on three bright and spacious floors. Program residents receive daily training in vocational skills and life skills.
The building offers expanded capacity, including:
- 750 beds for men
- 200 beds for women and children
- 600-person dining area
- Two libraries with computers, one for men and one for women
- Transient guest ministry day rooms, one for men and one for women
Our 150,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art building was designed to meet or exceed LEED Silver certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and is the first such green rescue mission in America.
Unique features include:
- 100 solar panels to save on energy costs
- Energy efficient heating/cooling
- Greenhouses to grow plants and supply interior and exterior gardens
- Landscaped inner courtyard allowing fresh air without the need to be on the street, and more
The building’s architect, Stanley Tigerman, is a native Chicagoan.
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