Eisenberg Company is developing Vista Highlands on E. Baseline Rd and Sheridan Parkway in Broomfield, Colorado. Brick and stone were used on all four elevations to give the center a sophisticated finished feeling even when viewed from the rear. The site was planned with gathering spaces, walkability, and greenways in mind.
- 5555 sf retail shell
- 9300 sf retail shell
- 9846 sf retail shell
- 3 Multi-Tenant shell buildings and site planning
Fort Collins, Colorado
RPT Realty was looking for a focal point to highlight the entrance of their exiting development along Harmony road in Fort Collins, Colorado. They wanted modern buildings with unique outdoor gathering spaces that could be used for retail, restaurants, brew pubs and the like. The red tower along with the custom designed LED art added to the building draws the eye in. Landscaping berms and greenery were added to provide a semi secluded experience that feels separated from the busy road beyond. Multiple materials and divisions of plains were used to give the rather tall buildings a more human scale.
- 6,400 sf shell building
- 8,300 sf shell building
- Two new ground up shell buildings with outdoor gathering locations and landscaping to be used for build to suit tenants.
Miller Weingarten Realty
In an effort to revitalize the site of the former Buckingham Square Mall in Aurora, Colorado, Miller Weingarten Realty partnered with the municipality and Naos Design Group (then a satellite office of O’Brien & Associates) as lead architect to plan a mixed-use center containing gathering spaces within a retail village and multi-family residential spaces. The contemporary design would eventually host anchor tenants such as Target, Kohls, Dicks Sporting Goods and Sprouts Market along with a “main street” village for smaller restaurants and retailers.
- 11 retail shell buildings and a site development plan for future pad sites.
Cadence Capital asked us to find a way to fit a 30,000 sf hardware store with 30,000 sf of parking on a 39,800 sf lot. After wrestling with extremely restrictive building setbacks we found a solution to provide this uniquely handsome building with underground parking. The building was also required to meet the strict Los Angeles Green Building Code and California Energy Code. This project truly tested our problem solving skills.
- Create a hardware store in the densely populated East Hollywood neighborhood with adequate underground parking to meet code requirements
The vision for the YMCA focused on improved circulation and functional spaces while promoting the unique historical character of the existing building. By utilizing thoughtful programming and space planning, Naos Design Group accomplishes a renovation that comes in on budget, meets all of the project goals, and improves the overall facility circulation and functionality.
- Update and modernize the historic building to make a more welcoming space for the people who use it.