This is the Christian Marin Community Center, and it stands out in the area it was built. Designed by the Guillamume Ramillien Architecture group, it is the only building in the area with a green roof and will also begin to feature flowers by the end of this fall. Located in front of one windowless building, and another plain building, the wood structure stands out. Only two floors, it is also the shortest of the three buildings. As well, it has more windows, and larger windows, than any of its neighbors.
The purpose of the building, according to the architects, is to “reaffirm the desire to enrich the available architectural offer and highlight the ecological engagement of the area.” It features four rooms connected by an atrium that house various activities for kids from 11 to 18 years old as well as a room for meetings and other events.