Time Lapse Video of The Salvation Army’s Rady Residence

Select “Continue Reading” below to view the time lapse video of Rady Residence.  The Salvation Army’s Door of Hope Campus is home to programs serving homeless families of San Diego. The new Rady Residence project consisted of the demolition of four existing 1-story buildings and construction of a new 37,900 SF, 4-story building that provides 32 residential units (1, 2, and 3 bedrooms) with a 1-story Housing Services wing. The Housing Services Wing includes an activity room, playroom, offices, and a laundry room and supports residents of this building and the other residents of The Door of Hope Campus. This project was made possible by a donation from Ernest and Evelyn Rady.