Chieftain has taken great care to offer a balanced yet diverse panoply of features in this eco-friendly, LEED-certified residential complex. The diversity begins with the design, which consists of a 35-story glass-and-concrete condo tower connected by a parking structure to a neighboring seven-story low-rise loft building.
The two buildings are wed by a 15,000 square-foot park atop the parking decks. The park is heavily landscaped and features grilling and picnic areas and a dog run. Inside the tower are a number of amenities, such as a kitchenette with dining area, a well-appointed party room with a fireplace, and a fully-equipped fitness center.
The ground floor of the tower houses 18,000 square feet of retail space and an ultra-contemporary tower lobby made welcoming by a blend of stainless steel, stone and soft-colored millwork.
“The lobby is very inviting,” says Britta Rivera, vice president of sales for Chieftain’s U.S. branch. “And the retail space brings to the building a number of daily conveniences in order to accommodate the residents.”
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