Mixed-use developments
PHILOSOPHY The success of any new development is always dependent on its synergy with surrounding structures. Even developments that weren’t specifically designed to be complementary or interdependent still work together to meet the daily needs of every resident. Mixed-use buildings are constructed with that synergy as the focus. These buildings are designed to combine different uses that complement each other and take advantage of shared infrastructure. By combining multiple building types, such as office, retail, parking, and housing, developers can provide a live-work-play development that maximizes city infrastructure investments while reducing the need to build new roads and create more sprawl.
OUR EXPERIENCE Mixed-use structures can be intimidating for even experienced developers, especially when housing makes up a large part of the development. WEAVERCOOKE’s experience as a Habitational Contractor can help make a difficult process more accessible by providing cost information and code compliance advice in the early planning stages of the development. WEAVERCOOKE is experienced in a variety of housing types, including market rate, workforce, and affordable. Many of our mixed- use buildings have also been mixed-income, combining a variety of housing types to meet city requirements and combat the affordable housing crisis while still providing units that every resident will be proud to call home. Our knowledge of affordable housing requirements and creative financing tools make WEAVERCOOKE a valuable asset to developers long before we ever break ground.
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MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENTS Synergistic combinations that maximize convenience
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WEAVERCOOKE Construction has experience with mixed-use developments WEAVERCOOKE Construction Greenbridge mixed use development
Greenbridge Mixed-Use Development Greenbridge is an innovative mixed-use development consisting of a seven-story building and a ten-story building that provides 97 one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums. The units are a mixture of market rate and affordable housing units. The development also included 33,000 square feet of retail and office space. The condominiums feature open floor plans and floor to ceiling windows. Amenities include a 1,000 square foot fitness/yoga center, indoor/outdoor event center, a 30- seat multi-media digital theater, a public plaza with shops and restaurants, underground parking, rooftop gardens, full concierge, and a courtyard garden.
Seahawk Landing
Seahawk Landing Seahawk Landing provides a total of 170 student apartments including 11 two- bedroom, 49 three-bedroom and 110 four-bedroom units. The apartments feature living and dining areas, modern kitchens, private bedrooms and bathrooms, and washers and dryers. Other features include a fitness center and staff offices, mail facility, and a 45,000-gallon swimming pool with a bath house and sunbathing area. This privatized student housing was combined with a convenience store, sandwich shop, and coffee shop. Seahawk Landing was completed two months ahead of schedule with $352,000 in savings returned to the owner.
West End Village
West End Village, Fourth and Broad and the Towns West End Village is a 101,148 square foot, mixed-use redevelopment project of an existing downtown Winston-Salem Brownfield site. The first building, 4th and Broad is a four-story facility with 52 one- and two-bedroom loft condos over one level of parking and 2,610 square foot of retail space. The units are oriented around a landscaped courtyard and feature open floor plans, bamboo flooring in kitchen and living areas, and ceramic tile bathroom floors. The condominiums range from 577 to 1193 square feet. The Towns is a 3-building complex with 20 three-story, two- bedroom condominiums ranging from 1324 to 1707 square feet. Each unit features a private courtyard, wood flooring in living area, and thermal insulated windows.
Eagle Market Place Cambria Suites
Eagle Market Place Click here to learn more about this mixed-use development in downtown Asheville, which provides mixed-income housing, office space, and retail space.
Cambria Suites Click here to learn more about this hotel, which was developed with retail space, a rooftop bar, restaurant, and parking deck.
PHILOSOPHY The success of any new development is always dependent on its synergy with surrounding structures. Even developments that weren’t specifically designed to be complementary or interdependent still work together to meet the daily needs of every resident. Mixed-use buildings are constructed with that synergy as the focus. These buildings are designed to combine different uses that complement each other and take advantage of shared infrastructure. By combining multiple building types, such as office, retail, parking, and housing, developers can provide a live-work-play development that maximizes city infrastructure investments while reducing the need to build new roads and create more sprawl.
OUR EXPERIENCE Mixed-use structures can be intimidating for even experienced developers, especially when housing makes up a large part of the development. WEAVERCOOKE’s experience as a Habitational Contractor can help make a difficult process more accessible by providing cost information and code compliance advice in the early planning stages of the development. WEAVERCOOKE is experienced in a variety of housing types, including market rate, workforce, and affordable. Many of our mixed-use buildings have also been mixed-income, combining a variety of housing types to meet city requirements and combat the affordable housing crisis while still providing units that every resident will be proud to call home. Our knowledge of affordable housing requirements and creative financing tools make WEAVERCOOKE a valuable asset to developers long before we ever break ground.
Our mixed-use construction numbers
We have experience with mixed-use projects Greenbridge Mixed-Use Development Seahawk Landing
Seahawk Landing Seahawk Landing provides a total of 170 student apartments including 11 two-bedroom, 49 three- bedroom and 110 four-bedroom units. The apartments feature living and dining areas, modern kitchens, private bedrooms and bathrooms, and washers and dryers. Other features include a fitness center and staff offices, mail facility, and a 45,000-gallon swimming pool with a bath house and sunbathing area. This privatized student housing was combined with a convenience store, sandwich shop, and coffee shop. Seahawk Landing was completed two months ahead of schedule with $352,000 in savings returned to the owner.
West End Village West End Village, Fourth and Broad  and the Towns  West End Village is a 101,148 square foot, mixed-use redevelopment project of an existing downtown Winston-Salem Brownfield site. The first building, 4th and Broad is a four-story facility with 52 one- and two-bedroom loft condos over one level of parking and 2,610 square foot of retail space. The units are oriented around a landscaped courtyard and feature open floor plans, bamboo flooring in kitchen and living areas, and ceramic tile bathroom floors. The condominiums range from 577 to 1193 square feet. The Towns is a 3-building complex with 20 three-story, two-bedroom condominiums ranging from 1324 to 1707 square feet. Each unit features a private courtyard, wood flooring in living area, and thermal insulated windows. Eagle Market Place Cambria Suites
Eagle Market Place Click here to learn more about this mixed-use development in downtown Asheville, which provides mixed-income housing, office space, and retail space.
Cambria Suites Click here to learn more about this hotel, which was developed with retail space, a rooftop bar, restaurant, and parking deck.
Greenbridge Mixed-Use Development Greenbridge is an innovative mixed-use development consisting of a seven-story building and a ten-story building that provides 97 one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums. The units are a mixture of market rate and affordable housing units. The development also included 33,000 square feet of retail and office space. The condominiums feature open floor plans and floor to ceiling windows. Amenities include a 1,000 square foot fitness/yoga center, indoor/outdoor event center, a 30-seat multi- media digital theater, a public plaza with shops and restaurants, underground parking, rooftop gardens, full concierge, and a courtyard garden.
Mixed-use developments
MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENTS Synergistic combinations that maximize convenience
WEAVERCOOKE Construction