This compact, five-story rental apartment building exemplifies the goals of our design team's Park Boulevard Phase Two Masterplan, which calls for a mixed-income residential community of low- and mid-rise buildings varying in architectural design.
Building I delivers comfortable living spaces with large walk-in bay windows that provide additional living space for each of the building's 80 one- and two-bedroom dwelling units. The variety of masonry colors and the staggered individual bay windows present a playful façade to the east and west while providing generous amounts of daylight to the living and sleeping spaces. One parking space is provided for each resident with a combination of indoor and outdoor spaces.
An architectural precast concrete arbor marks the main entrance. Continuous floor-to-ceiling windows at the ground level illuminate office and tenant recreation space inside. Additional glazing on the west side of the recreation space offers views to a landscaped terrace for residents use. The building’s sustainable features include permeable pavers and vegetated roofing covering 32% of the total roof area.