We are really excited to be working on our first project east of the Mississippi.
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This little four unit residential building is finally all finished up and ready to folks to move in.
Sometimes you have to try a lot of wrong options to get to the right one.
Today's post is about another of our Get Space projects. This project had a unique site that presented a number of challenges. It also had to apply for a conditional use permit, which means we had to put together a presentation for the city.
We thought we would share that presentation to give a little insight into our process and show that while this building might look fancy for a storage project, it is really just a rational response to the site conditions and branding efforts of the project. We hope you enjoy.
So here at di'velept we get to work with working with the best self storage developers in the world, Get Space.
Often when I first tell people that I am an architect on self storage I can see that look in their face. "self storage huh?" But what ever image you have in your head of what self storage looks like, get rid of it. All of these projects are multi-floor buildings that are designed to be the coolest projects on the block.
Our most recent project to be designed and turned into the city is P82. After the drawings were finished and sleep was caught up on it was time to do a couple of quick renderings to give an idea of what this project is going to look like. After seeing these renderings we are even more excited.
Things are going really well at our Guadalupe Project. The sheetrock is hung (by the window with care) and there is great progress on the exterior materials. Check out this video for a little walkthrough. If you are interested in a tour let me know.
I was going to write about the design of the project, but didn't quite get there. Here is a quick update of where we are at in real time.
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