The project is located on parcel C.24, one of the first to be developed on Treasure Island. The 20-story residential building includes 248 homes over active ground floor uses, including a 1,900-sf cafe, and entry lobby with leasing offices, live/work units, and a 6,600-sf courtyard designed by GLS Landscape Architects.
Flex Lofts along the Shared Public Way. Image: David Baker Architects
The project is bounded to the north by the dynamic Shared Public Way that extends through all sites in the first phase of development on Treasure Island. The Shared Public Way, designed by CMG Landscape Architects, will connect residents of all buildings and will privilege pedestrians and cyclists over cars.