1155 Canyon is a new mixed-use building on one of the most significant corners in downtown Boulder. The four-story building includes 16 residential condominiums, 55,000 SF of commercial office space, a three lane bank drive-through and below-grade parking. With unprecedented views of the Flatirons to the west and convenient access to the Downtown Boulder Pedestrian Mall one block to the north, this new landmark building is one of the most desirable places to live and work in downtown Boulder.
Area: 55,000 SF Commercial, 16 Residential Units.
Recognition: LEED Silver.
The Village on the top of the hill will be a mixed use development on the eastern edge of the Old Mill District, filling in the vacant space between Bond Street and the residential neighborhood to the east. The development will include a village-like collection of five buildings connected by European-style courtyards and walking paths. The vision is to create ample green space that will increase the value of the entire area and create a development reminiscent of a classic hill town. Each building will be of a different size and height totaling 300,000 sf. The architecture is influenced by the historic lumber mills of the District and will appear to follow the contours of the topography of the site, accentuated with cascading volumes and roofs.
The Village will contain a Deepak Chopra Spa and Wellness Center, a high-end restaurant and bar, and up to 199 condominium/hotel units. The synergy created by the spa, hotel, residences and other nearby retail and river activities will dramatically increase the life and vitality of the entire Old Mill District. The residents will be within walking distance from the shopping, offices and theatres.
This two-phase redevelopment of the premier corner in downtown Golden, Gateway Station is considered a key ingredient for the revitalization of Golden's historic downtown core. The site comprises nearly three-fourths of a city block and Phase One includes the demolition of all existing improvements and construction of a five-story mixed-use building. Phase Two involves construction of an additional four-story retail and residential building along 13th Street. Upon completion, there will be 48 residential units, 24,860 rsf of retail, 11,000 rsf of office space, and 83 below-grade parking stalls. Critical to the success of this project during the review process was the strong public and private support from numerous groups, including the City of Golden, the Golden Civic Foundation, the Golden Urban Renewal Association, the local merchants association, and numerous citizens who understand the importance of improving and maintaining the vitality of historic Downtown Golden.
Iron Flats is a 72,000 square-foot, mixed-use infill project adjacent to the historic Whittier neighborhood and conveniently located just four blocks from downtown Boulder's lively Pedestrian District. The project is comprised of 35,000 square feet of commercial space, including the commercial centerpiece - the new headquarters of The Nature Conservancy. It also includes 27 housing units which are comprised of loft condominiums, town homes and live/work residences ranging from 1,000 to 1,700 square feet built over underground parking. Iron Flats is an ideal urban setting with ample shopping and dining nearby.
This project capitalizes on the site's proximity to downtown Littleton's light rail stop. Here, an existing surface parking lot and dated office building were replaced by 12 units of two-story townhomes and 25 units of multi-family lofts over a ground floor of commercial office space. The scale and architecture of the development reflects both the commercial and historic character of Littleton Boulevard, while recognizing the more residential scale and character of the Stern Park residential precinct to the South.
Main Street Station is an award-winning, mixed-use development located at the South end of Breckenridge's historic Main Street. It consists of 207 residential condominiums, 38,000 square feet of shops and restaurants and below-grade parking.
The complete complex ties together a diverse set of requirements into a solution that is a joy to walk through. The open spaces and retail fronts enliven the pedestrian experience, while the plazas and site connections satisfy the needs of the ski resort and town circulation. The very large building masses are broken down into smaller elements that fit comfortably into the scale of the downtown area.
Montelago Village Resort is a one-of-a-kind luxury resort just 17 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. The Mediterranean-themed village embraces the beauty of the desert and the pleasures of a waterfront paradise. The resort includes cafes and bistros, unique boutiques, lakeside recreation, spas, gaming excitement, residential living and six championship golf courses.
OZ designed this 3award winning 90-car parking facility located one-half block North of downtown Boulder's Pearl Street Mall. The primary architectural goal was to insert a six-level parking structure into an established block of predominantly two-story buildings in Boulder's Historic District, while minimizing pedestrian views of the parking facility and encouraging use of the retail facilities. To accomplish this within the one-third block site, an open air, single-helix structure was created. It was depressed 1-1/2 levels into the ground and pushed into the interior of the site. The parking structure was then "wrapped" on the two street sides with a narrow two-level commercial structure that screens its mass. This design not only brings the facility into scale and context with the established character of the downtown area, but also maintains the activity and interest level in this pedestrian street environment. The parking structure is constructed of panelized brick and precast concrete with metal grillage in the large openings. The stairs and elevators are steel with glass and open-air elements placed around the perimeter to promote maximum visibility for user security. The two-story commercial "wrap" is steel with brick veneer, and utilizes traditional elements of a storefront building in terms of scale, proportions, and components, but treats them in a contemporary manner. As part of the project, the adjacent alley is improved as a pedestrian way and is utilized as a connector to the Pearl Street Mall.
This four story mixed-use project includes retail and offices on the first floor with three stories of residential condominiums above. Two levels of below-grade parking serve both residential and commercial use.
The 140,000 GSF building features brick, limestone, stucco, glass and metal paneling on the exterior. Extensive glazing, roof terraces and balconies provide residents unparalleled views of the Flatirons. Significant corner and entry architectural treatments make the building a sophisticated addition to the Canyon Boulevard streetscape.