Architect: GROTH Design Group
Owner: Luther Group, LLC
Contractor: Beeler Construction
This project features a 9,000 square foot building that stood vacant for five years and renovated it into a new, multi-tenant building with a major façade update, small addition, new front patio, and a reconfigured site. The renovated building contains space for five new commercial tenants, three on the upper level and two on the lower level.
Part of the design directive was to create a more welcoming street presence with an updated look. A major design change was to take an unused drive at the front of the building and renovate it into a large patio with new landscaping, new lighting, and plenty of pedestrian access. The front façade was renovated to open-up large windows, removing dated stone and replacing it with brick to give the building a consistent and updated look. A tower element was added to give the building a signature signage opportunity.
Site circulation was purposefully redesigned to bring traffic around the building to activate all facades and guide visitors to the rear where two tenants have their storefronts.
Photos: Josh P. Groth