Parking is an often overlooked, but essential service for every brick-and-mortar establishment. To acquire a Certificate of Occupancy, businesses must have a certain number of parking spaces per square foot of retail, which varies depending on location. Having ample, accessible parking can attract prospective customers, while a lack of available parking can prove detrimental. In the Knox Street neighborhood of Dallas, it is difficult to distinguish between the parking structure and the adjacent flagship store.
Read more about this project in the Summer 2022 issue of Ascent.
The compound was a tight squeeze into the urban neighborhood. With the site constrained by an alley on one side and Cole Street on the other, using a prefabricated precast concrete system was the best fit. GATE Precast coordinated the manufacture and installation of the precast concrete components in an efficient manner to minimize the impact during construction as well as accommodate the unique footprint and site parameters.