The Top 5 Reasons to Merge Your Community Facilities & How to Approach a Shared Facility Project
Communities are built through connections between people. Running into neighbors at the grocery store, sharing a commute, or getting to know the regulars at coffee shops, dog parks, and libraries, creates shared bonds between residents and enhances our well-being.
Communities and local governments are increasingly seeking to create these conditions of serendipity and overlap, as well as resource and programming efficiencies, through developing shared or merged facilities. Below, we explore the top benefits and our approach to planning and designing multi-function community facilities.