The project is a new senior living building, included as Phase II for the re-development of the former Irvington General Hospital site. The building is positioned immediately adjacent to the previously completed Phase I site and centrally located within the overall 264,596 square foot GDP-1 zoned site, that is bound by Park Place, Glorieux Street, Krotik Place, and Chancellor Avenue. The approximately 116,000 gross square foot building consists of 4-stories of wood frame construction over a 2-story reinforced concrete structure, for a total of 6-stories. The first two floors are mostly dedicated to an enclosed parking structure but also include lower-level tenant access into the building, tenant amenities, trash, utility, and other back of house spaces. The upper / residential floors provide a mix of studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom units, for a total of 96 units, as well as a tenant amenity on the 1st floor. Project amenities include a health care suite with private offices and exam rooms, a state-of-the-art fitness center, large community room with exterior access to an outdoor balcony, common laundry on all residential floors, bike room, and onsite parking. Each unit contains a dedicated heating and air conditioning unit, open concept layout, stainless steel appliances, and contemporary finishes. Similar to Phase I, the exterior is mainly clad in brick and fiber cement siding and accent panels, but also includes bay projections clad in standing seam metal panels. Pending LEED Silver and Energy Star certifications, the building is designed to support sustainable principles with an aim to use less energy, reduce waste, and minimize negative impacts on the environment. Sustainable features include, but are not limited to, the use of eco-friendly building materials and finishes and energy efficient windows, appliances, and fixtures throughout.