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350 E. Locust St. / Neumann Monson Architects

  • 15:00 - 15 December, 2017
350 E. Locust St. / Neumann Monson Architects
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  • Contractor

    Graham Construction
  • Structural Engineer

    Raker Rhodes Engineering
  • MEP Engineer

    Brewer Engineering
  • Civil Engineer

    Civil Engineering Consultants, Inc. (Urbandale, IA)
  • Landscape Architect

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350 E. Locust St. / Neumann Monson Architects, © Assassi Productions
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Text description provided by the architects. This five-story, 45,000 sf historic district mixed-use project offers retail, twenty residential units, and a penthouse office. Proportioned to accord with its surroundings, the building offers calculated departures from the traditional. 

Site Plan
Site Plan

Material and massing articulate the program. The palette is simple: dark brick, clear glass, anodized aluminum, and weathering steel. The circulation spine’s glazed wall connects steel-clad egress towers to the brick residential block raised above the retail floor. The penthouse, a glazed white beacon, completes the ensemble.

© Assassi Productions
© Assassi Productions
© Assassi Productions
© Assassi Productions

At the street level, expansive windows connect passers-by to 6,000 sf of commercial space. Recessed tenant entries to the east and west provide privacy and cover. Above, residential units share a layout concept in which the kitchen, which is centered on the living space, parallels the exterior wall and shares a plumbing wall with a primary bathroom. Level four boasts projecting glass and steel balconies as well as an outdoor commons space – available to all tenants—that offers westward views of the skyline. On level five, the penthouse workplace doubles as an occasional social gathering venue. A linear service core provides programmatic flexibility. Three fully-glazed fritted exterior walls take advantage of downtown views and open to a perimeter roof terrace.

© Assassi Productions
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Cite: "350 E. Locust St. / Neumann Monson Architects" 15 Dec 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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