Architecture | Planning
  • This project consisted of a feasibility study for a downtown retail and parking structure that is a joint public/private ownership. The program included the design of new retail and restaurant spaces on the lower level and street level, and professional office space on the two upper floors. The new façade treatment reflects the forms and fenestration patterns of the City's historic mill structures prevalent in the 19th and 20th Centuries.
    This project consisted of a feasibility study for a downtown retail and parking structure that is a joint public/private ownership. The program included the design of new retail and restaurant spaces on the lower level and street level, and professional office space on the two upper floors. The new façade treatment reflects the forms and fenestration patterns of the City's historic mill structures prevalent in the 19th and 20th Centuries.
  • This project consisted of a feasibility study for a downtown retail and parking structure that is a joint public/private ownership. The program included the design of new retail and restaurant spaces on the lower level and street level, and professional office space on the two upper floors. The new façade treatment reflects the forms and fenestration patterns of the City's historic mill structures prevalent in the 19th and 20th Centuries.
  • This project consisted of a feasibility study for a downtown retail and parking structure that is a joint public/private ownership. The program included the design of new retail and restaurant spaces on the lower level and street level, and professional office space on the two upper floors. The new façade treatment reflects the forms and fenestration patterns of the City's historic mill structures prevalent in the 19th and 20th Centuries.
  • This project consisted of a feasibility study for a downtown retail and parking structure that is a joint public/private ownership. The program included the design of new retail and restaurant spaces on the lower level and street level, and professional office space on the two upper floors. The new façade treatment reflects the forms and fenestration patterns of the City's historic mill structures prevalent in the 19th and 20th Centuries.
  • This project consisted of a feasibility study for a downtown retail and parking structure that is a joint public/private ownership. The program included the design of new retail and restaurant spaces on the lower level and street level, and professional office space on the two upper floors. The new façade treatment reflects the forms and fenestration patterns of the City's historic mill structures prevalent in the 19th and 20th Centuries.