PROJECT : Town & Country Village
LOCATION: Palo Alto, CA
CONSTRUCTION VALUE: $25 million
OWNER: Ellis Partners LLC / CEP Town & Country Investors LLC
ARCHITECT: Hayes Group
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Qualogy (QCI) Inc.
About the Project
Town & Country Village is an all-inclusive shopping destination built in 1950. The center hosts an array of retail, restaurants, specialty boutiques, banking and other niche services. In 2006, it began a 9-year, $25 million renovation to create new common areas, upgrade lighting and signage and improve public areas and access. The scope included tenant improvements on stores such as Chase Bank, Jamba Juice and Gott’s Roadside. The goal of the project was to make necessary improvements while remaining true to the original concept for the center.
Nearly half of the project costs went to improving the center’s infrastructure. Seismic upgrades, roof replacements, the addition of fire sprinklers and installation of an entirely new electrical, telecommunications and heating and air conditioning system improved the safety and comfort of the center.
Many other tenants occupy this large, roughly 170,000 square foot complex in Palo Alto.
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