Parkway Pointe is a two-story, Class A office building with 53,765 SF of office over 28,500 SF of semi-subterranean parking. The building was designed as a compliment to an existing building across the street and to frame the entrance to a professional office complex. The building is a combination of tilt-up concrete panels, blue tinted glazing and accents of granite and metal sunshades. The simple rectilinear plan features a two story central lobby and notched corners to provide additional views to the surrounding mountains and exterior balcony areas. The simple floor plates were designed to be flexible enough for single floor tenants or for multiple tenants with a central corridor. The site is designed with a palm tree lined entry drive leading to a translucent panel porte-cochere at the main building entry.
Tilt-up concrete was chosen for the building for cost considerations, efficient construction time and durability. The industrial perception of the tilt-up panels is concealed through the tinted glazing system, sunshades and accents of richly colored granite. The granite from the exterior is repeated in the public lobbies and restrooms and further enhanced with wood paneling and vaulted ceilings.
The building is designed to handle the current technology needs as well as room to accommodate future fiber connections and expanded technology. Additional space for future cable runs and enlarged telcom rooms allow expansion of systems in the future.