This 500-foot high skyscraper is designed for the northwest corner of Union Square in New York City. It is made of twin towers that are held together by space-frame, super-structure arms. The volume of space between the towers is equal to the volume of each of the towers. The towers are exactly the same in design, with a spacious 50-foot long floor-through residence on one side and hotel suites on the other side. A public space designed as an urban oasis weaves around the bases with night lighting and a ground-floor restaurant. The top of the towers is crowned with a five-story bridge approximately shaped like a circular pod. Its interior is subdivided between amenities for residents: a hotel lounge, bar and restaurant space with spectacular 360-degrees city views.