UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX | Northwest View
A 20,00 SF Office Building that housed and educational enterprise along with medical, financial and professional practices. The Owner wanted to maximize the small commercial lot and provide for flexible professional office space that could capitalize on outdoor spaces to allow tenants to have private and public gathering spaces.
A 20,000 SF adaptive reuse of a historic Santa Fe building located in the Railyard and the Contemporary Art district of Santa Fe. The Owner wanted to maximize this commercial structure for their art gallery while respecting the building's Historic Status. Located in the City’s Historic Transition District with strong development guidelines requiring the proposed exterior upgrades to receive reviews and approvals from the City’s Historic Districts Review Board.
The project's update the building exterior with modern entry and storefont windows for display of art respond and respect the building's historic fenestrations. The building interior function delivers a modern and new contemporary building within a building. This new construction allowed for preservation of the historic façade while providing ultimate flexibility for the interior to develop galley spaces, artist in residence open work area, office spaces, storage, and archive space along with a kitchen, delivery and receiving area.
The multiple and flexible galleries allow for special single exhibitions as well as allowing for multiple exhibitions, presentations and workshops to happen simultaneously. The galleries retail space allows for the display and sale of artists work that further enhances the galleries appeal to the public and walk-in traffic.
A 18,000 SF Office Building – Phase One that houses a computer technology company on the upper level with flexible lower level space that could service medical, financial and professional practices. The Owner wanted to maximize this commercial lot with a three phase development that would incorporate other buildings accommodating mixed use development to meet the areas demands. Phases Two and Three would provide for flexible manufacturing and professional office, retail, food service and other community based uses.
The Lofts is one of Santa Fe’s first Master Planned live work community that offered a much needed mix of residential and work space for Santa Fe's up and coming entrepreneurial community. This is building number one of an eight building development that allowed for flexible live and work space in Santa Fe. The building was designed to maximize clear span areas to allow for the successful integration of the Owners needs for living and work, manufacturing or assembly space. The project has been the incubator for many successful start ups in Santa Fe and supports its entrepreneurial spirt.