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  5. Hufft Projects
  6. 2014
  7. Farmers Park / Hufft Projects

Farmers Park / Hufft Projects

  • 22:00 - 28 May, 2015
Farmers Park / Hufft Projects
Farmers Park / Hufft Projects, © Mike Sinclair
© Mike Sinclair

© Mike Sinclair © Mike Sinclair © Mike Sinclair © Mike Sinclair + 16

  • Project Manager & Commercial Director

    Jeffrey Kloch
  • Graphic Designer

    Andrew Fabin
  • Structural Engineer

    Meridian Structural Works
  • Civil Engineer

    Lee Engineering & Associates, LLC,
  • M E P Engineer

    Colvin Jones Davis Consulting Engineers
  • Code Consultant

    FP&C Consultants Inc.
  • Landscape Architect

    Land 3 Studio
  • General Contractor

    Killian Construction Co.
  • Client

    Matt O’Reilly of Green Circle Projects
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© Mike Sinclair
© Mike Sinclair

Text description provided by the architects. Farmers Park is a mixed-use development for active, healthy, and engaged families and businesses in the Ozarks region. It is anchored by the Farmers Market of the Ozarks, a venue for organic and locally grown food that attracts over 5,000 visitors a week.

© Mike Sinclair
© Mike Sinclair

Ground-level retail areas include restaurants and shopping. All goods and services are conveniently located within walking distance of the dwelling units. An office component was designed to achieve LEED Silver Certification and serve as a template for sustainability in the region.

© Mike Sinclair
© Mike Sinclair

The strategy of Farmers Park is simple. Goods and services placed at the street level encourage pedestrian activity and community interaction. This street life makes the development safe, vibrant and economically viable.

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