How do you create a sense of neighborhood in an otherwise commercial zone? Three separate buildings organized around a central landscaped courtyard provide a complete and unified transit-oriented development with its own sense of place. With sought-after views of Manhattan, these 589 residential units come with green roofs, 500 square feet of retail space, 12,000 square feet of indoor amenity space including a fitness center, yoga and spin rooms, golf simulator, meeting rooms, billiards, media center, theater, and party rooms. The primary entrances to each building activate the central court accommodating visitor parking and drop off areas. These LEED Silver certified, modern and abstract townhouse style buildings are adorned with varying brick façade panels, pop-out metal bay windows, and a staggered limestone base which create texture, balance and scale. Lincoln Harbor is now a complete transit-oriented, sustainable community encompassing quick accessibility to the city, restaurants, and shopping.