One Brickell City Centre

Located in the heart of Miami’s financial district, the 85-story One Brickell City Centre is transforming the downtown area as work continues on the $1.05 billion mixed-use project. This is currently the largest single project in the city being strategically built on 9.1 acres with a focus on diverse retail, entertainment, 5-star hotel, and Class A office space. A parking podium connects three adjacent sub-grade parking structures constructed as part of a previous phase.


Plaza on Fifth

Plaza on Fifth, a mixed-use facility, features shopping and dining on street level, upscale commercial space on the second floor, and luxury condominiums and townhomes on the upper four floors.  A unique feature is the roof-top garden for residential tenants that provides a beautiful 360-degree panoramic view of the area. The connected theater is the first theatre facility for the City of Coralville. The 7,800-square-foot space features a proscenium style theatre accompanied by a 480-seat auditorium and lobby. The building’s engineering is comprised of sustainable features such as water source heat pumps, lighting controls, and low-water usage plumbing fixtures.


222 2nd Avenue

The new mixed-use, 24-story, Class A office space will sit across the street from the 11-acre West Riverfront Park and soon-to-open Amphitheater in SoBro. Plans call for one floor of retail space to wrap around the building including an office lobby. There will be 10 levels of above-ground parking with 14 floors of office space situated above the parking podium which will utilize an automated occupancy sensing feature.Project highlights:

  • Pre-certified LEED Silver.
  • The building utilizes high-efficiency lighting systems including:
    • Daylighting control systems
    • LED lighting in the core and common spaces
    • Lighting controls integrated with building management system for optimal efficiency
  • Office levels cooled by optimized high-efficiency chilled water system that performs 18% better than LEED baseline system.
  • HVAC systems designed to be flexible for tenants with and without ceilings to accommodate unique office tenants in the Nashville market.
  • Power density, exceeding industry standard, will be available for tenant power needs to accommodate power-intensive tenants such as financial trading firms, data center operations, etc.

Fallbrook 575 Mixed-Use Building

Situated in the heart of Fallbrook Community Town Center, this mixed-use Class A building overlooks downtown Lincoln and the State Capitol. With front door parking, patio seating/dining, and a drive thru for a bank, credit union, or restaurant; the first floor offers retail/service/medical opportunities while the second floor features Class A office setting with balconies. Alvine Engineering provided engineering services for the building core and shell along with tenant improvement services for multiple occupants.