Upon entering the building, a grand central corridor connects the ground floor common elements anchored by the multifunction indoor/outdoor recreation room and patio enclosed by a terraced, planted retaining wall supporting the higher rear yard beyond. Amenities extend downstairs for bicycle storage and laundry serviced by two elevators, one stretcher compliant. The project is designed to HPD BLDS standards, including design features which support to support ageing-in-place, such as seating at elevators, railings in hallways, high visibility lighting, and pull chords in all bathrooms. All apartments will also be adaptable. To support senior residents, light-touch services on site and 24/7 front desk coverage will be provided. Staffing is anticipated to include one full-time clinical services coordinator and one-part resident coordinator. Together, both members will provide a combination of case management service, referrals, and programs for all residents.
Moving up to the residences, floors two through seven have uniform layouts with four garden view studios and one garden view one-bedroom and six Avenue view studio apartments. Floors eight through ten also have uniform layouts with four garden view studio and one garden view one-bedroom apartments and four Avenue view studio and one one-bedroom apartments.
A green roof is dedicated to mechanical systems and a solar array.