Daidoji Building - Landmark
The Daidoji Building (also known informally as "the Stairstep Building," "the Stairs," or "that horrible eyesore"). Officially, the "1001 Hill Street Building," though no one uses this name. Most residents consider it gauche to call it "the Daidoji Building" and simply call it "the Daidoji."
Known throughout Titan City as one of its ugliest and most tony buildings, the Daidoji is an expensive residential complex secretly host to a fair amount of crime.

A painfully strange-looking building, the Daidoji contains a mix of apartments and condos and a notorious waterfall coming out the side of the building (with 100% recycled water, re-using water on site to help earn the building's status as a LEED Platinum green building).
Along with its environmental accolades, the Daidoji is considered one of New Bradford’s tonier addresses. Its unusual design has won praise from developers and self-described culture mavens, while much of Titan City considers it an eyesore. Regardless, it provides residences for a variety of upper-middle-income Bradfordians. A few of these people have connections to the Black Rose or Five Dragons, and a few others might be independent heroes or villains in their secret identities. Additionally, the residents’ wealth and the concentration of opportunities makes the Daidoji a frequent target for burglaries.
The Daidoji runs down the side of a hill in a series of "stairsteps." Like many postmodern buildings, it has trees and other foliage planted on its flat rooftops. Most of the trees are small; they have had to be replaced several times since the building’s construction due to hard winters. Cubical protrusions jut out from the building’s sides like formations in a pyrite deposit.
History of the Daidoji Building:

M. I. Daidoji is one of the architectural world’s most famed and respected exponents of postmodernism. His waiting list of institutional clients is miles long. When redevelopment of New Bradford began shortly after Hurricane Atlas, the consortia of developers and city officials involved in the rebuilding eagerly sought a Daidoji building for the neighborhood. They successfully petitioned the architect to design a building containing a mixture of studio apartments, larger apartments, and condos. While the building took its official name from its address, it has been referred to as "the Daidoji" out of adulation for its architect ever since its design stages, a name that Daidoji’s own self-absorption did nothing to dispel.
Construction was completed in 2003. The trend-seeking populace of New Bradford soon flocked to the building, oohing and aahing over its "cutting edge design" while secretly wondering why no one pointed out how bizarre it really looks. It remains a popular address for Old Bradford residents who can’t afford or don’t want a townhouse or older, detached residence. Daidoji himself enjoyed working in Titan City and later designed the Harlin Brown Law Center (2008) for Ephesus University.
Daidoji Building Features:

The Daidoji Building is appreciated for its unique use of ivy, trees and plants to create a 'vertical forest' building.
The building is famous for its water fall along the side of the building into a pond and garden area.
There is a walkway beside the building that allows visitors to walk behind the waterfall.
The gardens and ponds along the waterfall are also accessible to the public.
Please note, the waterfall is suspended during winter months. The gardens are accessible in the winter, but the ponds are frozen solid.
Don't forget to make your way to the rooftop gardens at the top. They are a favorite for sunset parties before residents put on their capes to fight crime for the night!