Passa Architects designed this 20,000 square foot commercial medical building in Windsor, Ontario made entirely of premanufactured wood construction. The exterior facade consists of a combination of sloping and flat roofs, stone, stucco and brick arranged in juxtaposed styling of residential and commercial elements. Large expanses of tall, aluminum-framed storefront glazing graces the exterior facades high ceiling suites that occupy the two corners and centre spaces of the main front elevation of the building. These design statements with the smaller, equally spaced residential-style windows in the brick clad expanses between the vertical elements link the building aesthetic together. The interior consists of efficiently designed suites accommodating predominantly medically related tenants with an Internet Café and Pharmacy while being designed for future flexibility and ease of change with main public corridors allowing interior accessibility as well as direct links to the outside. The entire building was designed with multiply entry points to provide a residential scale to coexist with the varied residential/commercial surroundings.