Situated on a ridge overlooking the Flatirons of the Front Range, the Access Health campus includes two buildings: a four-story administrative/executive office building, and a three-story call center. The two buildings are connected to each other through a partially exposed tunnel. Features of Access Health's space include a data room, break rooms, a cafeteria and quiet rooms.
This business park complements the development of the Westminster Promenade as a center for the City of Westminster while augmenting the Promenade's current orientation toward entertainment, shopping, dining, park/recreation and lodging. The concept for Circle Point revolves around the creation of a pedestrian core where a circular Central Park becomes the focal point of the development, with the West side left open to allow views of the Rocky Mountains. Ultimately, the site will include seven office buildings and two retail restaurant buildings with total office, retail and restaurant space estimated at 1.3 million square feet. In keeping with the pedestrian nature of the development, all parking is located behind the buildings that surround the central park. Slot courtyards between the buildings allow a connection between the pedestrian links and the perimeter parking.
This corporate office park, located across from Interlocken Business Park, consists of three 110,000 square-foot, four-story precast buildings. Developer Panattoni-Catlin hired OZ Architecture to design this Class A office space to a strict construction budget, yet with features that accommodate the increasing digital requirements of contemporary, multi-tenant buildings.
Legacy Partners has developed over 85 million square feet of office, industrial, specialty retail, and hotel space in over 200 cities. Mountain View Corporate Center, designed by OZ Architecture with Hylton Design, is comprised of four speculative Class "A" office buildings situated on 19 acres on 128th Street West of Highway 36, along the Boulder-Denver Corridor. The first building was three stories, totaling 120,500 square feet, with parking for 450 cars. The second building, also three stories, was 99,000 square feet with parking for 350 cars. Building three is three stories and 120,000 square feet, and building four at 132,000 square feet.
This three building campus of Class A office buildings includes a build-to-suit building for the University of Phoenix. The building is designed to accommodate the classes and administrative functions of the University.
Area: 210,000 SF
OZ Architecture provided master planning, site evaluation, entitlements, and construction document services for the Peakview Tower Office Buildings, two Class-A office towers. The first office tower is a 10-story structure with 265,000 rentable square feet. Phase II is an eight-story building linked to a continuation of the parking garage.
The first building of a four-building campus for T. Rowe Price, this three-story, customer call-in/walk-in center houses one of the largest mutual fund providers in the U.S. Due to the high level of telephone and computer communications equipment required, the entire building incorporates raised flooring and a full-backup generator. A walk-out basement and adjacent parking garage were included in Phase I, and the design features the flexibility to accommodate a multi-tenant scenario in the event that T. Rowe Price needs to contract its operation at any time. The exterior design features a brick veneer facade with battered brick piers and natural stone piers and sills. A dramatic arcing canopy is designed to shelter pedestrians from inclement weather. The materials and colors were selected to complement the Colorado Springs environment, and the landscaping was designed to complement that locale. It incorporates water features including a stream and fountain, as well as natural stone walls and paving. The interior design includes a call center, an investor center, and open office spaces as well as a cafeteria to provide employees with a comfortable break space. The basement, or concourse level, is a walkout into a heavily landscaped sunken plaza between the building and the parking garage.
OZ was hired to design the Corporate headquarters for three companies: Total Longterm Care/LTCO and Seniors, Inc.After examining the way they work the new floorplan supports a collaborative environment and reduces their square footage from 60,000 to 45,000 SF. Many employees will be coming out of private offices and will now have the choice of many different worksettings. Amenity spaces include a social hub, outdoor pavilion with wi-fi and outdoor patios.