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Blackstone Mixed Used
Pinhook Flats Improvements
Peony Village Improvements
Midwest Medical Transport Co., Corporate Headquarters
Master’s Hand, Tekamah
Confidential Client - Workplace
Metro Transit Authority, IDIQ
Metro-Creighton Transit Centers
Metro Transit Authority HQ Improvements
Summit Dental Improvements
Artist’s Studio and Residence
Nemaha Community Center
Retail // 7,500sf New Building and Site Design for a Travel Center in Norfolk, NE.
Building from an efficient plan, the design of the Prime Stop Travel Center uses targeted, high impact design moves to create an immersive and memorable retail experience. Initiated by a forward-thinking owner, project goals included drawing customers into the store and creating opportunities to linger, socialize, and relax. Using boutique coffee houses and community gathering spots at historic general stores as inspiration, the project uses rich materials, ample light, and structured views to immerse occupants in an authentic retail experience that emphasizes human connections.
Workplace // 2,200 sf Tenant Improvement at S. 107th & O Streets, Omaha
SCOPPA was contacted by an owner with a love for clean lines and straightforward design to assist with its Omaha headquarters. Although smaller in scale, the final result has a large impact for its users. Throughout the space, simple and modern cost-conscious design decisions are accented with enriching brand elements and light-filled nooks.
Mixed-Use; Retail, Restaurant, & Office// 15,000 sf
50 Yards away from the Blackstone District’s key intersection at 40th and Farnam Streets, this project will renovate an existing building into a Restaurant and Single Retail Bay at Street Level, Office at Level 2, and add a newly constructed third floor containing market-rate multi-family residential units. Services provided include Re-Zoning, TIF Application Preparation, and complete Architectural Services.
Multi-Family // Interior Renovation of Lobby Common Areas and Clubhouse
The design for Pinhook Flats apartments Leasing Lobby addressed two main goals: First, create a purposeful destination that serves the Pinhook Flats and Alchemy Development brands, and second, enhance wayfinding cues to direct multiple traffic flows.
A large, under-utilized passthrough space was transformed into a welcoming destination with boutique hotel lobby charm, inviting guests to linger with multiple seating areas and a large, digital concierge interactive touch screen.
Seating space was given a sense of being "anchored" through the use of suspended graphic acoustic felt and floor material/pattern. Carefully placed pendant lighting of varying scales helps to define and designate space throughout. New furniture and interior finishes reflect the Pinhook Flats brand. Bold floor patterning at elevator and stairs and vivid wall graphics also serve to direct traffic.
The Pinhook Flats Clubhouse renovation is currently in the design phase as a continuation of Pinhook Flats Improvements.
Multi-Family // Interior Renovation of Community Area, for Alchemy Development and BOLD Office Solutions.
Peony Village Community Space Improvements redefined meeting space layouts and created engaging lounge space within an already well-used Community Room. Improvements included new furniture and interior finishes that reflect the Alchemy Development brand.
Workplace // 12,000 sf Tenant Improvement, S. 147th & F Streets, Omaha
Mixed-Use; Retail & Multi-Family // 15,000 sf
The Historic Wolfe Building is a hidden gem in David City, Nebraska. Recently purchased by a young couple planning to rehabilitate and revitalize the historic structure, the Wolfe Building will be restored in three phases.
Residential // 360 sf Master Suite Addition for a Poet (wife) and a retiring Creighton Dental School Professor (husband).
A residential project in beautiful Dundee, the Stout Residence encompasses an "aging in place" design for a Master Suite Addition. The addition includes a Master Bedroom, Master Bathroom, and Laundry Room, with a breezeway leading to the family's quaint, well-inhabited back patio and yard. Several site constraints, including tight city setbacks, the preservation of a keepsake cherry tree and the maximum preservation of exterior windows were carefully considered in the design. Both interior and exterior were designed to create a seamless transition between the historic house and new construction. The design enthusiastically accommodates the family's beautifully curated furniture and artwork. Custom built-ins include wardrobe "closets" and bathroom cabinets that provide shared linen storage access between the Master Bathroom and adjacent Laundry.