Sidewalks in the courtyard meander around the property, and benches are placed strategically to create intimate spaces for conversation in its dog park. Inside, the lobby is intended to feel like a lounge, with glitzy chandeliers, plush seating, glass walls and expansive windows, all of which invite residents to come in and relax. “We wanted the common spaces to feel like an extension of your home,” Taylor says. In the common spaces, a neon sign of The Falcon logo glows. Taylor loves the pop of Falcon red on a wall, and the soft blues inside echo its blue, gradient exterior. The complex’s modern vibe, he hopes, will attract young professionals to live and stay on the east side of Springfield—part of the mission behind the apartments’ design, he says.