The Stone Hill Corporate Center, just north of Boston, Massachusetts, has become an architectural landmark. The project is built into a mountain of solid rock. At the base of the mountain is a Days Inn Hotel. At the top of the mountain sits a curved office building that steps up the mountain in four equal segments. Phase I of the Office Building includes the first two segments or pods. Carved into the side of the mountain is a parking structure that connects the base of the mountain to its top. At the top, skywalks and pathways radiate from the parking structures' elevator core, providing access between the parking facility and the office building.