CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON PARRISH CORNER OFFICE BUILDING IN HENDERSONVILLE

CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON PARRISH CORNER OFFICE BUILDING IN HENDERSONVILLE

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn.Crain Construction Inc. has broken ground and is building Parrish Corner, a one-story, 20,171-square-foot office building in Hendersonville, Tenn.

Designed by STG Design, the project is located at 410 N. Parrish Place near the popular retail area just off Indian Lake Boulevard.

“It’s a one-story building with a corner presence so we’ve used different facades and heights to add interest,” said Chad Jones, STG Design architect. “We’re using the lobby as a vertical element with clearstory windows to connect the two wings and create a lighthouse effect.”

The conventional steel-frame structure will feature a brick and stone exterior of warm earth tones and an attractive canopy-covered drop off area at the entrance. Large windows, 20-30 feet in some areas, will provide visibility both in and out of the building. A high parapet will screen the mechanical units on the roof.

“We pulled from the natural elements in the area like the river and tree canopies to drive the interior look,” said Jones. “We’re using earthy tones with stained concrete in some lobby areas and a wood look throughout the suites. We’ve also incorporated pattern, movement and way finding in sophisticated shapes, bends and turns like the river.”

General contractor Crain Construction expects to complete the office building the end of 2017.

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