The project, which is still under construction, will see the construction of a three-story building that is slated to rise up to 50 feet high, according to a promotional video from the developer.
It will include a glass-walled roof to create a window on the building’s roof and a “glass box” to keep the building dry.
The project will be built with a mixed-use neighborhood, with the first phase being constructed in the city’s southwest, said Guglielmo Marconi, who is overseeing the project with his team.
It’s intended to connect with other projects that are underway in the area, and to make it a “place to go,” Marconi said.
“The first phase will connect with the development projects,” he said.
“The project is the first step to the development of a neighborhood in the neighborhood.
And it will be connected with the next phase of the development.”
The project has a $15 million budget and is being managed by the Gazilan Development Corporation.
The development will be part of a wider plan for the city of Guglia, which includes a planned high-rise apartment complex on a vacant lot near the University of Illinois campus.
The developer has also purchased a parcel of land near the city that is home to a large shopping mall.