The ground floor on the right side of Pollock is the leisure and entertainment space, which is connected to the two-story building on the left by the art corridor.

The art corridor can display the wooden crafts, textiles and art works of the residents in the studio, so the art corridor is open to the public.
Leisure spaces provide prayer rooms and a gym for regular exercise for residents of religious affiliation. In order to take care of the psychological conditions of refugees and victims of domestic violence, a special psychological counseling room has been designed.

Taking into account the time spent by the employees’ residents in the community center on a daily basis, the recreational space includes a lounge for 30-40 people, where residents can rest and eat, and an open kitchen space that residents can use to celebrate their different festivals. The leisure space also includes an outdoor square garden and a square market.