This follows a design I’ve seen a few times, all on the east side: the very monolithic ground floor with few or no windows. Some of no ground level access except through a garage. Some like this have their access inside the fence line.
I know why they think they need to build like this but I really wonder what it does for the neighborhood in the long term. The benign way to look at it is this is no different than what you see in many places like Mexico or traditional Japan with the fortress exterior around an interior courtyard or private space. The less kind way is that it undermines the social street concept and encourages people to hide indoors away from their community.