No word on when construction will begin, but this thing looks as tacky as it is ambitious:
Plans for one of the buildings in the housing development on the former Rheingold Brewery site include amenities like an expansive green roof, urban farming areas and a library. The unique building — which is sloped and tiered in many areas — features a slew of amenities, with a focus on outdoor and green space.
The roof will offer 25,500 square feet of space, with a park, a running and hiking course, eating areas, yoga areas and places for urban farming, according to architect ODA.
And a 19,000-square-feet courtyard in the middle of the property will feature a park, a dog run, a fire pit and an amphitheater.
Residents of the property will also have access to a cafe, a screening room, a library, co-working areas, a yoga room, a gym, a climbing wall and a play room, all of which will line the interior courtyard.
Plus, about half of the units will have their own private, outdoor space.