The Village on the Parkway shopping center was built in the space formerly occupied by a 150,000 square-foot department store. This project was a part of Lincoln Property Company’s revitalization and rebranding campaign for the retail complex. Feature tenants include Whole Foods, Zoe’s Kitchen, AT&T, and more!
The project included the ground-up construction of a 40,000 square-foot Whole Foods Market and a 565 space parking garage and attached 20,000 square-foot retail space.
The blend of finishes to the store emphasize Whole Foods Market’s organic / natural philosophy and mirror the color palette and luxurious style of the Village on the Parkway development. Most of the building is finished with textured paint. The store’s front and portions of its sides are clad in stone. The double-height entryway features roof-in windows and is covered in Nichiha fiber cement VintageWood™ siding. The fiber cement siding is carried up to the screen wall on the roof. The screen wall, which surrounds the HVAC equipment for the grocery store, provides a large space to showcase Whole Foods Market’s signature logo and increase visibility for the property.
The 216,793 SF garage is comprised of 565 separate pieces of precast concrete that were assembled to form the structure. It adds 622 new parking spaces over five stories to the upscale Village on the Parkway retail community. The facility includes interior lighting, emergency lighting, three elevators and three stairwells.
Attached to the new garage is a speculative retail building spanning 20,000 SF over two stories. The exterior of this space is designed with a variety of finishes, including two tones of paint, steel / wood sunscreens and canopies and cultured stone veneer.