The 660-690 Indiana Street project transforms a block along the neighborhood’s western edge with two unique mixed-use residential buildings set above a destination Arts Café and weaves a series of new courtyards and gardens into the urban fabric. The entire Project consists of 116 new apartments including 16 on-site BMR units. Set kitty-corner from Esprit Park, the design proposes the future Dogpatch Arts Plaza at the stub-end of 19th Street, designed by CMG landscape architects. Each of the two buildings are designed by a separate architect. Kennerly is the Architect for the 61-unit “M” Building, extending down Indiana to 18th Street with vertical bars of glass & Corten steel, rolling wave-form roofs, and finished off by a crisp white tower that signals the lobby and a roof top lounge with downtown views. Dwellings are a mix of flats and townhomes, with studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units.
Green Design: The project achieved GPR with 151 points and certified Platinum level.
Project Honors: 2018 Interior Design Best of Year Award: Honors in Multi-Unit Housing & Published in Interior Design Magazine & Online