New multi tenant Medical Office Building in Nashville, Tennessee.
“I am greatly pleased with your work on the project. We continue to receive numerous compliments on the building and it has helped my practice.”
Dr. M. Hueneke
The project program required the design of a multi-tenant medical office building on a highly visible, urban, brownfield lot fronting a transitioning medical corridor. Footprint of shell was 10,000 s.f.
Response to the rapidly changing real estate market of Nashville coming out of the recession necessitated broad flexibility of potential tenancy scenarios to meet the owner’s expectations. The solution, which maximizes the building envelope on a constricted lot, allows for multiple ground floor private entrances complementing a common entrance with access to a phase two second level. Providing an appropriate response to the urban context of the site of a formerly abandoned gas station and balancing requirements of energy efficiency and storm water treatment complete the extraordinary realization of this project.
Compliance with energy efficiency, storm water retention/treatment and providing an appropriate response to the urban site context were important factors in satisfying the project objectives. CMArchitects balanced these requirements while maximizing the building envelope on a constricted site through extraordinary coordination among project team members.