Made possible with a combination of federal funding and over 50 percent private funding, all operations will now be in one location. The program for the building provides teens who are homeless or experiencing housing instability with drop-in service such as hot meals, hot showers, laundry, counseling, and job placement services. In addition to reaching youth, HomePlate will have a community meeting center with large conference rooms used to host the general public and other organizations that align with their mission. The commercial kitchen will allow HomePlate to serve hot meals to the community. Jessica Helgerson Interior Design created a materials inspiration and color palette as a guideline for color and texture with a goal to make spaces that are welcoming and demonstrate a safe environment. Additionally, the project will relocate an exterior second floor egress stair and complete the on-site landscaping, public right of way improvements and site development.