Alpine Main Street Lots 1, 2 and 3

Owner John Johnson hired CMA to expand on his concepts for three building pads on lots in historic Main Street in Alpine, Utah. Each two-story building is themed and recognized with a plaque. The 6,535 SF Old Schoolhouse Building on Lot 1 replicates Alpine’s historic schoolhouse which was demolished in the 1980s. The 6,179 SF Flag Building on Lot 2 incorporates three flags into the façade: American, Utah State, and Alpine City. The 3,459 Mayberry Building on Lot 3 is patterned after a historic building in downtown American Fork and conjures the small-town look and feel of Andy Griffith’s Mayberry.

CMA was charged with designing the exteriors of the buildings to fit into the themes requested, as well as within the historical context of the surrounding Main Street buildings. The three buildings are designed as commercial shells for tenant improvements. The existing building pads were quite small. CMA worked within the building codes to maximize the functional, leasable space, focusing on well-designed egress, entry, and common areas.

  • Date : 2017-2018
  • Client : John Johnson
  • Construction Cost : Undisclosed
  • Size : Bldg. 1-6,535 SF; Bldg 2-6,179 SF; Bldg 3-3,459 SF
  • Location : Alpine, Utah
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