Located at the corner of 41st Street and 10th Avenue on the West Side of Manhattan, it's a temporary facility for homeless men and women between the ages of 18 and 21 -- a bridge for young people no longer considered children by the foster care system but who are not yet able to provide for themselves.
At the end of the event, we had the opportunity to see the building's chapel. It is a predominantly Christian space with a small tabernacle containing the Eucharist. But, the chapel also had some artwork related to Judaism and Islam.
The photos here show a statue in the chapel called "Madonna with Children of the World."