Posts Tagged ‘architect for mixed-use building’

Should You Consider a Mixed-Use Building?

Mixed-Use Building

Mixed-use design, or mixed-use architecture, has been around since the 1900‘s.  At that time, the design was unique in that it featured two stories:  the first floor was used for retail, offices or some other kind of business, while the second floor was a residence for rent or a hotel.  From the 1900‘s through the…

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Advantages of Small Mixed-Use Lot Design

Mixed Use Building

Designing for small mixed-use lots encompasses an array of opportunities for the end-user, and can parallel a city’s development goals. If you consider the Near Southside neighborhood in Fort Worth, it provides an excellent example of this type of design. If you’re not familiar with mixed-use design, these types of buildings typically feature a business…

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Dr. Tillman’s New Location Now Open

Dental Office in Near Southside

Congratulations to Dr. Tillman, and his staff, on their new location. His dental practice has moved to a new mixed-use building located at 1100 S. Lake Street in the Near Southside neighborhood of Fort Worth. TMA-CHA designed the building and space to reflect the quality of care Dr. Tillman provides for his patients. Karen Kroh,…

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