This build-to-suit project is the result of a public/private partnership with the Emeryville Redevelopment Agency. The site, which was previously occupied by a liquor store, faces the intersection of three major streets: San Pablo Avenue, MacArthur Boulevard, and Adeline Street. The site is a narrow triangle. The triangle shape is accentuated by the design of the cornice element of the building that has two points aimed at the intersection. The building is currently occupied by Lanesplitter Pizza and Pub. The exterior of the building is clad with smooth hardboard lap siding and features steel canopies; anodized aluminum windows; clerestories and entry doors. The interior has a two-story ceiling height in the dining and bar areas. The floors are epoxy over sealed concrete.
DESIGN ARCHITECT: SZFM Design Studio
ARCHITECT OF RECORD: Norman D. Hooks/Architecture Consultants
STRUCTURAL: Simmons Structural Engineering, Inc.
CIVIL: Slooten Consulting, Inc.
TITLE-24: Gabel Associates
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: J.M. O’Neil, Inc.
Stuart Rickard: North and East Elevations
Norman Hooks: West Elevation and Interior Views Looking North and South