Construction has been completed at CCM’s new Manhattan mental health clinic. This 4,200sf facility was designed pre-pandemic and was built during the pandemic. This is the 2nd clinic (and 3rd project) that Soluri Architecture has done for CCM, allowing them to expand and continue serving at-risk families during the pandemic by enlarging a network of support that promotes healthy, stable, and enriched lives for their clients and communities. CCM is a Brooklyn based non-profit organization
We’re pleased to announce that our recently completed 5,600sf mental health clinic for CCM in Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood clinic has been named “Best New Mental Health Clinic (NYC)” in the “2020 Architecture Awards” by the UK based Build magazine. CCM is a Brooklyn based non-profit organization that has helped over 100,000 New Yorkers obtain social support services and mental health treatment over the past 30 years. Soluri Architecture is honored to be working for
The first mental health clinic designed by Soluri Architecture has opened in Brooklyn for CCM. The 5,600sf facility located at 535 Clinton Ave provides offices and treatment rooms for 2 different programs. Soluri Architecture wanted the clinic design to create a warm, safe and engaging environment for the clinic’s clients. CCM, which stands for Community Counseling & Mediation, is a 30 year old non-profit organization and is the leading provider of mental health, substance abuse
Soluri Architecture has been retained to design a new clinic & preventative services center by CCM, a NYC based non-profit organization that has provided mental health services in Brooklyn & Manhattan for the past 30 years. The proposed 6,200 sq ft facility in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn will contain two separate programs – a licensed mental health clinic and a preventative services program that specializes in protecting children and keeping families together. CCM initially asked Soluri
Soluri Architecture has completed the design for a high-end salon in NYC’s Upper East Side neighborhood. As a state-of-the-art salon promising a cohesive, customized experience for guests, the client is seeking an elegant, luxurious facility. The challenge with the design was to achieve these goals within a very small 370 sq ft storefront space while attracting the attention of pedestrians on the sidewalk through a striking design.