The Westfield shopping center is set to get a new luxury rental apartment building on the site of a former drugstore.
The developer of the project, developer Chris Schindler, said Wednesday the apartment building is about 40 percent complete.
“The project is about half complete,” Schindlers wife, Susan, told The Associated Press.
The building is designed by KPMG and is a 42-story mixed-use building with an attached luxury condo and apartment building.
The project is being designed by Gensler and is set for completion in 2021.
The complex is expected to create more than 10,000 new jobs and add more than $5 billion in annual economic impact to the local economy, according to the developer.