Thursday, January 17, 2013

Mesa Infill Project Revised, Facade Simplified

A project to construct an infill building at the site of a structure lost to fire in 2011 has been revised, according to an item on the City Plan Commission agenda set for the January 24, 2013 meeting. The project is located at 906 N. Mesa Street.

Revised plan for the new building at 906 N. Mesa Street.

The site plan and elevation schematics that are part of the Special Permit application show a simplified facade with less windows and stonework than previously revealed. The first level parking garage now has one entrance at the rear and no longer has one at the front, and the garage's footprint has also been reduced.

Previous elevation plan.
According to the application, the square footage has decreased in size from 9,795 to 8,830. Side elevations show that balconies have been added.

The building formerly at 906 N. Mesa Street was destroyed by fire on May 17, 2011 and was demolished by the city days later after a partial collapse of the top floor. The building was vacant at the time. The owner of the property is DDDG Investment II, L.P.

Building destroyed by fire in 2011.

Previously: Mesa Project to Replace Building Lost to Fire

City Plan Commission agenda: