Copley Place is the largest privately financed construction project in the history of Massachusetts. The $528 million project includes two hotels, seven levels of office space, a two-level shopping mall with 100 stores, and a 1,432-car parking garage. The core of the project is the Central Atrium, and the heart of the atrium is a three-story waterfall/sculpture surrounded by lush plantings and a stylized "stream" with marble edges. The planter beds are depressed to allow the plantings to be fully integrated into the floor of the first shopping gallery level, with the planter bed soil surface only several inches above the floor. The planting focus is a matched trio of 25' tall Weeping Fig Trees across from the waterfall, surrounded by densely planted shrubs and ground covers.