Pieper O’Brien Herr Architects master planned and designed this mixed-use development. The project is organized by two main streets that intersect with a grand round-a-bout in the middle.
Concept Design Sketch:
From this central location, retail and office form the street edges. The design focus of the development was to be reminiscent of a 1940’s retail district with multi-story buildings.
To encourage the “walkable” district, the development includes two residential components, a luxury apartment complex with 323 units, and a 27-story high rise condominium tower containing 230 units. The 42-acre site features retail development combining small retailers with large national retailers including Super Target, Ross Dress for Less, Office Max, Destination Home and Loehmann's along with several restaurants.
500,000 -SF Retail
10,000 -SF Office Over Retail
Ross Dress for Less
Building America Award
Livable Center Initiative Achievement Award
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