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One Eleven Town Center
Palm Desert, California
This is a renovation and addition to a 165,000 SF, 12 building shopping center located on Highway 111, the major artery connecting the cities of the Coachella Valley. The shopping center was only 30% occupied after a long time anchor store, Best Buy, relocated. The new design has attracted major new anchor tenants including Whole Foods – the first location in the valley – Nordstrom Rack and Home Goods. The new buildings were oriented to maximize the Highway 111 frontage, and which includes an expansive trellis covered outdoor dining patio. Existing buildings were renovated to integrate with the Spanish Colonial design of the new buildings with finishes consisting of dual pane clear glass windows, smooth finish stucco, reclaimed wood trellises, clay tile roofs and stone veneer on the columns and wainscots. This project is a development of Harsch Investment Properties.
Woodburn Company Stores
Phases Two through Five
This 406,500 square foot, 114 store development is the largest tax-free outlet center in the Western United States. Awbrey Cook Rogers McGill Architects has been responsible for the last four phases of the project originally designed by Tom Awbrey at his previous firm. The craftsman style design features ledger stone exterior, copper or shingle roofed towers with clerestory glazing. The design creatively provides the shopper with continuous protection from the Oregon rains via awnings, arcades and skylight covered gallerias. As the largest outlet center in Oregon, it has become the “most visited attraction” in the state.
Outlets at Traverse Mountain
When all phases of the 403,600 square foot project are completed, the Outlets at Traverse Mountain will be the largest outlet center in Utah. Located 25 miles south of Salt Lake City on Interstate 15, Phase 1 includes 55 specialty retail stores with major brands such as Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Gap, Polo, Banana Republic and Coach. The 40,000 square foot Phase 2 was completed in 2014 and is anchored by a two-story H&M. The open air mall is completely protected from the weather by 40’ to 65’ wide glass canopies or covered arcades. The customer service lobby includes resort style seating areas, VIP lounge, a meeting room and a 55’ high stone fireplace. The exterior is a modified Craftsman design with exterior finishes of brick, stone, plaster and wood shake.
Sussex Commons Lifestyle Outlets
Frankford Township, New Jersey
This 346,000 square foot outlet/lifestyle center will serve New Jersey and the metropolitan New York City area. It is part of a new town center for Frankford Township and will include retail shops, a hotel, cinemas, multi-family residential, community use facilities all surrounding an existing minor league ball park. The project will be designed in a traditional architectural style and feature a 75 foot high clock tower overlooking the center court.
Los Angeles, California
The Citadel Outlets is a redevelopment of an historic tire manufacturing facility that was originally designed to replicate King Sargon II Palace of Khorsabad. After refurbishing the iconic “palace” wall, the remainder of the 76-acre site has been converted to a mixed-use development including offices, a hotel and a retail outlet center. When the last phase is completed, the 900,000 square foot Citadel Outlets will include over 250 specialty stores and a food court. Designed to recall the architecture of the existing structure built in the 1920’s, the project includes a variety of landscaped courtyards and plazas with retail buildings accented by metal trellises, fabric awnings and Assyrian friezes. This project is a development of Craig Realty Group.
San Diego Outlets at the Border
San Diego, California
This 44-store outlet center is located on an 8-acre parcel immediately to the east of ACRM Architects designed Las Americas Premium Outlets and is aligned to be an extension of the existing pedestrian mall. Once $700 million of improvements to the world’s busiest international border crossing at San Ysidro are complete in 2015, this 140,000 square foot outlet center will be directly adjacent to the new south bound lanes and at the terminus of a new international pedestrian bridge. Designed to be the new front door for this international pedestrian travel, the center reflects the international nature of the site with a distinguished contemporary style. The mall design reflects ACRM’s hospitality design sense and includes several plazas and focal points with comfortable seating areas that allow the shopper to slow down and extend the time spent at this destination outlet center. This project is a development of The Shamrock Group.
Las Americas Premium Outlets
San Diego, California
Located on a 65-acre site adjacent to the world’s busiest border crossing, the 560,000 square foot Las Americas Premium Outlets is one of the largest and most successful outlet centers in the United States. The project includes 125 specialty stores, elegantly designed in a variety of Spanish styles. The center court recalls the historic Agua Caliente Casino, a popular 1920’s era Tijuana resort and spa, while the Las Ramblas district borrows details from the famous shopping street in Barcelona. The project includes a variety of courtyards and plazas accented by metal estrellas, statues and fountains along with a variety of paving materials and patterns. Las Americas is part of a million square foot mixed-use project that will include additional retail, restaurants and a hotel. This project is a development of Craig Realty Group.