Fishers Town Center Mixed-Use Development (Conceptual Design)
Combining 25,000 sft of retail, 225,500 sft of housing, recreation, and a 470-space parking garage; this approximately $49.5 million, mixed-use development enhances the sense of place and identity by incorporating design features that reflect Fisher’s characteristics and traditions. The architecture addresses the pedestrian scale, visual interest, and material pallet of the surrounding context, while incorporating small scale building design features that create effective gathering places. To encourage multi-seasonal use, building elements and outdoor areas are strategically located to enhance pedestrian comfort through the passive control of sun, shadow, glare, reflection, wind, and rain.
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