Phoenix Village

IMC is currently working on Phoenix Village,a 275 unit luxury rental community built over 20,000 square feet of retail located along Bridge Street in downtown Phoenixville, PA. The two buildings will be phased construction and are each four story, wood framed, residential over one level of retail and one level of parking.

King of Prussia Town Center

King of Prussia Town Center is a 12-building, 260,000-square-foot retail center located within a 125-acre mixed-use lifestyle center. In addition to retail space, the development includes up to 3,000 residential units, a parking garage, 500 hotel rooms, a special care unit of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and multiple office buildings. Construction was completed in phases beginning in 2016.

Via6 Apartments

Lewis constructed two 24-story apartment towers in Seattle’s Belltown district. The 654 apartments are primarily one-bedrooms and studios, designed for high quality while remaining affordable to young professionals. Parking for 434 cars is provided in three levels below-grade. Additionally, 18,000 square feet of street level retail space includes a bike commuting center, a bike store and a combination restaurant/café/grocery for famed chef Tom Douglas.

Angelika Theatre at the Shops at Legacy

The Angelika Theatre interior finish out incorporated high-end materials that resulted in a sophisticated, luxurious venue. The 20,000 SF theatre features Angelika’s signature crystal chandelier and a free-standing radius stairwall with stainless steel rails and decorative concrete steps to match the stained concrete on the second floor concession lobby. The glass elevator is trimmed in brushed stainless steel and the elevator face on the second floor features walls fabricated from the same Israeli-imported granite that is used on the first floor.

The floor and columns on the first level of the theatre are crafted of polished bamboo. The concession stands on the second floor were made of exotic woods imported from Australia. Rogers-O’Brien installed all the equipment for concessions. Two of the theatres were designed for conference room capabilities, with dimming lights, podium and computer/Internet connectivity that ties into the theatre sound system. The team installed stereo sound systems in the entire theatre complex.

West 7th

Encompassing over five city blocks, this 900,000 SF mixed-use development reestablishes West 7th Street in the historic Fort Worth Museum District with retail, office, hotel, and residential space. The architecture is an eclectic blend of lifestyle storefronts and modern styling. Owner Cypress Equities charged Rogers-O’Brien with overall management of the project, which included demolition of the existing site, coordination of infrastructure and finish-out of the new buildings. The completed project features pedestrian walkways, tree-lined streets, plazas and outdoor seating.

Legacy West

Legacy West is a mixed-use development nestled within the headquarters campus community that includes FedEx Office, J.C. Penney, Liberty Mutual and Toyota at the intersection of the Dallas North Tollway and State Highway 121 in Plano, Texas. This 240-acre project will include high-end shopping, restaurants, offices and more. Expected completion is Winter 2017.

Rhythm at Music Row

The condominiums at Rhythm have stunning views of downtown Nashville, Music Row, and the Icon at the Gulch (also built by Choate Construction). This 14-story mixed-use project includes 99 condominiums, a four-level structured parking deck, and ground-level, upscale retail space.

High class amenities such as a pool and Jacuzzi, outdoor kitchens, fitness rooms, private club room, and lounging areas make Rhythm the destination spot for Nashville urban living. The building offers one and two-bedroom units, designed over three levels of elevated parking and 5,271 SF of retail. Condominiums range from approximately 800 to 1,500 SF and feature outdoor private balconies with scenic views of downtown Nashville.

One West Victory

Choate Construction delivers One West Victory featuring 114 student-focused apartment homes striving for LEED certification, a four-level precast parking deck, and the renovation of two late 19th century historic buildings. Constructed yards away from an active railway, these buildings are transformed into a restaurant with a rooftop space and a residential amenity building including a fitness center, leasing office, study hall, and student lounge.

Apartment homes offer residents full kitchens, contemporary granite countertops, and spacious living quarters. Commercial mini-split HVAC systems offer individualized, efficient cooling and heating. The four-story apartment building is constructed of wood frame with a partial first-floor brick facade and three-coat cement plaster system on floors two through four.

The Florence is a top-notch restaurant located in the renovated 19th century Savannah Ice Factory. The transformed building is a light-flooded space with reclaimed marble wall cladding, countertops, and table tops, reclaimed sinker cypress wood bar cladding and standing coffee bar. The cafe has an extensive list of coffee, espresso drinks, and daily selection of house made pastries, while the restaurant side serves the best in locally-sourced Italian fare, including house-made pizzas in an imported Italian wood-fired oven.

The restaurant features exposed wood beam ceilings, reclaimed heart pine floors custom-milled from the building’s original floor and roof beams, back-lit bars featuring craft beers and signature wines, and banquette seating, all highlighting the antique look of the building. An exposed kitchen gives guests a glimpse into the world of the chef as their food is being prepared. For guests wanting to enjoy their meal al fresco, there is roof top dining and “herb garden patio dining.”

2015 Historic Savannah Foundation’s Preservation Award

2015 Associated General Contractors of Georgia, 1st Place in Construction Group

2015 Associated General Contractors of Georgia, First Place Honors Best Sustainable Building Practices

2015 Associated General Contractors of Georgia, Safety Award

2015 Georgia Chapter American Concrete Institute, Outstanding Achievement Award – Parking Deck

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences

Seattle’s finest hotel is now open, with 149 guest rooms and stunning common areas including a fitness center and spa with an outdoor pool and hot tub, six meeting rooms, and a ballroom. Topping the 21 story building are 36 residences. Residents benefit from all of the hotel’s services and public facilities, from room service to valet parking. Lewis built all of the home interiors, including four totally-unique owner-designed units built by our Holyoke Fine Homes group.

Dairy Block

Just a few blocks away from Union Station, Saunders is working on one of Downtown Denver’s most anticipated projects: Dairy Block, formally known as Z-Block. Dairy Block is taking up a large amount of surface parking while keeping to the true historic form of Lower Downtown.

The project includes over 220,000 sq. ft. of office on five levels, a seven floor 170-room independent hotel, 40,000 sq. ft. of ground floor restaurant/retail/hotel lobby space as well as a 3 floor, 397 stall, below grade parking garage.