This $100 million, vibrant mixed-use community includes 330 new wood-frame units, including 50 affordable family units that achieved LEED-ND (Neighborhood Development) Gold Certification. Contributing to this dynamic blend of urban living is the adaptive reuse and expansion of two existing historic Spanish Colonial Revival buildings into a 12,000 SF community facility and 23 residential units. Significant to the overall project was the design of several outdoor spaces including the new 20,000 SF Waller Park. A new community garden with a series of stepped terraces provides another public gathering space that adds to the variety of this community. The project team has saved the owner over $2.5 million in savings due to an extensive VE effort including analysis of the glazing, exterior siding systems, shoring, structural concrete, site concrete, landscaping, and finishes. Another major cost savings was due to utilizing design-build MEPF. The team participated and facilitated countless coordination meetings to integrate the needs of the civil, architectural, and structural needs of the MEPF systems.
Total Gross Square Feet
504,881 sq ft