Three years in development and designed by Tom Hurt Architecture – due to be completed by the end of 2017. This 44,000 Sq Ft 4.7 acre modern flex and office-warehouse project is our most updated model and properly represents our vision for the look and functionality of class A flex property.
Located just over the border from Austin in Pflugerville and close to I-35. All suites are pre-finished and with two sizes 1,540 Sq Ft and 3,080 Sq Ft. There are two options for floorplans – All office in front w/ garage access in the rear, or Office in front w/ drive through garage access from front to back.
We sought to create space that was highly efficient in not only its use of materials and on-going consumption of energy,but perhaps more importantly, space. Every square foot of each unit has been considered in an effort to deliver the most effective use of space possible. This means that each space can consume less of energy, building materials, and overall footprint, which lower rent and operating cost for you.
With modern minimalism in mind and a clean elegant inspiration, we crafted a home for your business that you can be proud of and appeal to the current generation of consumer and workforce.
By this we not only mean to create space that properly fits your tools and products of your trade, we also mean that it fits a new generation of people. Every space had ample natural lighting, a full kitchen, aesthetically appealing outdoor spaces, and what we call a lady friendly bathroom facility where a urinal is provided for the men – just to name a few.
We wanted to create a light industrial set of buildings where the roads and buildings could react more to the various needs of businesses that would use them. Past developments have focused on an infrastructure that promotes the appearance of sameness or uniformity among the various businesses.
Our model is to create more of an aesthetic of a street — more like a small-town business street — where it is clear that businesses are different, where they may compliment each other, where they can change and adapt to the changing economies of the new digital age where goods and services are ordered, made, and distributed differently, more smartly, and in a more integrated way than they used to be. Where customers, employees, vendors and business associates have positive experiences and want to stay longer, and eventually do more business because of the building they are in the and the “street” they are on.
We aim with this project to provide a friendlier and more inviting street, a storefront experience where vendors and service providers can feel more at home in their work, can adapt into businesses where there may be more direct retail or where they may interact more with their neighboring businesses. Small details— such as changes in paving on driving and walking surfaces, smart and friendly landscaping, and more inviting and ‘business-like’ windows for people arriving from their cars, or walking between business – will make these buildings a richer environment for logistics as well as trade. The thought and design will allow for the possibility of more and more specialized businesses to inhabit the complex. Someday, there may be a taco stand or coffee shop built in to the complex.
Our goal is that the center have a small town feel.