Ground-floor commercial space is topped by second-story common areas, with residences for cancer care patients taking up the upper levels.
The project's courtyard and shared kitchen provide the residents with opportunities for casual socializing.
Weinstein A|U staggered the building's fenestration to convey more of a residential feeling than an institutional one.
By placing the bathrooms in the middle of the units, the architects garnered a degree of privacy for both the patient and the caregiver.
Lots of daylighting and natural ventilation enhance both the public and private spaces. The architects expect the project to receive LEED Gold certification.
Weinstein A|U worked to create places that connect the building and the city, such as this sunny, second-floor common area.