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JONES 421

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laced on the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing structure in the Old Courthouse and Warehouse District, the 1909 O.S. Jones Seed Co. structure is located at 421 N. Phillips Ave. in downtown Sioux Falls. It is constructed entirely of cast-in-place concrete, structural clay tile and brick, making it a unique structure from which to carve modern spaces. For many years it served as the area’s fallout shelter.

Renovations retain much of its industrial character exposing concrete walls, columns and beams, as well as some of the leftover graffiti on the 2nd and 3rd floor condominium walls. An adjacent building burned to the ground where the new courtyard offers privately owned public space to enhance the growing downtown live/work environment.

thumbnails: before construction & historic photos. far bottom: current city block; the jones building sits in the middle of the kuehn building (1903) and falls center (1909). bottom: before construction photo. right: east facades, looking north on phillips avenue.


The Jones 421 project is an Architect-developed project and the first of its kind in Sioux Falls hosting a retail ‘market’ space on the street level, and 32 condominiums located on 2nd through 4th floors ranging in size from 690 sf one-bedroom units to 3,500 sf for the penthouse unit.


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he shape of the development and exterior materials were designed to continue the rhythm of the downtown streetscape. Brick with quartzite accents clad the addition while the courtyard back wall has the appearance of

being a third structure separating new and old with a porcelain tile and glass exterior face. The new 4th floor over the existing building and penthouses have metal panel and glass exteriors, accompanied by rooftop terraces and gardens. Easements were created to allow the addition of exterior balconies which cross the zero-lot-line property boundaries. Each unit has one or two of these overlooking courtyard activities or any space below the building except at the front over Phillips Ave.


Far left: before construction photo. Left: east facades, looking south on phillips avenue. Right: The historic building hosts Mediterranean cuisine, gelato and a flower shop.


above: jones guest & residential courtyard. inset: before construction photo. right: custom harvest tables designed and built by the project design team. far inset: before construction photo.


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he market retail spaces are intermingled with common areas and furniture to encourage wandering through the 1st floor during lunches or happy hour, overhead signage identifies each space and is repeated at the exterior of the building. The courtyard is an extension of the common areas and features a bocce ball court and raised planter of aspen trees to help provide additional privacy for the courtyard facing condo windows and balconies. Residents talk to each other across the courtyard from their balconies, and listen to live music featured during the summer months shared with passersbys lured in for a cool drink and a meal.


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left: market retail space in historic building. inset: before construction photo. above right: flower shop space in historic building.


“A community-orientated philosophy allowing businesses to work together in creating a positive experience for customers.� - Jones tenant

left: market retail space in new building. above: coffee/craft beer space in new building.


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left: courtyard from 4th floor. above: 2nd floor unit in the new building.


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he light-filled condominiums are simple and modern. Window proportions mimic the historic allowing natural light deep into the generous living spaces. Existing building fabric remains exposed where possible and creates a unique industrial interiors experience. On the residential floors, art niches were designed into curving walls to avoid a dead-end appearance in the u-shaped circulation path through the building.


far left: before construction photos. left: current jones residences. above: art niches. right: current jones residences.


FIRST FLOOR BEFORE AIA 1" = 40'-0"

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RETAIL/RESTAURANT COMMON SPACE 1 BDRM 2 BDRM

1ST FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR AIA 1" = 40'-0"N 1”=40’-0”

3 BDRM

BOCCE BALL COURT

BROOKE: REmember to label the Bocce Court using the font you use in the rest of the submission.

PHILLIPS AVE

ALLEY

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LOWER LOWER LEVEL LEVEL BEFORE BEFORE AIA AIA 1" = 40'-0" 1" = 40'-0"

SECOND SECOND & THIRD & THIRD FLOOR FLOOR BEFORE BEFORE AIA AIA 1" = 40'-0" 1" = 40'-0"

B, 2-3 RETAIL/RESTAURANT COMMON SPACE 1 BDRM 2 BDRM 3 BDRM

UP UP P P M M RA RA

BASEMENT LOWER LOWER LEVEL LEVEL AIA AIA 1" = 40'-0" 1" = 40'-0" N

1”=40’-0”

2ND & SECOND SECOND & 3RD THIRD &FLOORS THIRD FLOOR FLOOR PLAN PLAN 1" = 40'-0" 1" = 40'-0"


4TH FLOOR/ROOF BEFORE AIA 1" = 40'-0"

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4TH FLOOR/ROOF BEFORE AIA 1" = 40'-0"

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RETAIL/RESTAURANT COMMON SPACE 1 BDRM 2 BDRM

BEFORE

BEFORE

4TH FLOOR

4TH FLOOR MEZZANINE/ROOF PLAN

FOURTH FLOOR AIA 1" 40'-0" N = 1”=40’-0”

3 BDRM

FOURTH FLOOR 4TH MEZZ/ROOF AIA PLAN 1" = 40'-0"

1" = 40'-0"

4TH MEZ 1" = 40'-0"


WEST ELEVATION BEFORE 1" = 40'-0"

BEFORE

WEST ELEVATION AIA 1" = 40'-0" WEST ELEVATION AIA 1" = 40'-0"

EAST ELEVATION AIA

EAST ELEVATION BEFORE

1" = 40'-0"

1" = 40'-0"

WEST ELEVATION BEFORE EAST ELEVATION AIA 1" = 40'-0" WEST ELEVATION BEFORE BEFORE 1" = 40'-0" EAST ELEVATION AIA 1" = 40'-0" 1" = 40'-0"

EROFEB NOITAVELE TSEW "0-'04 = "1

NORTH ELEVATION BEFORE 1" = 40'-0"

WEST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION AIA 1" = 40'-0"

EAST ELEVATION

BEFORE EROFEB NOITAVELE HTRON "0-'04 = "1

NORTHELEVATION ELEVATION AIA NORTH 1" = 40'-0" ELEVATION AIA NORTH

SOUTH ELEVATION AIA SOUTH ELEVATION NORTH ELEVATION BEFORE 1" = 40'-0" 1" = 40'-0" ELEVATION SOUTH ELEVATION AIA NORTH BEFORE


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Jones 421/Jones Seed Co.  

The Jones 421 project is an Architect-developed project and the first of its kind in Sioux Falls hosting a retail ‘market’ space on the stre...

Jones 421/Jones Seed Co.  

The Jones 421 project is an Architect-developed project and the first of its kind in Sioux Falls hosting a retail ‘market’ space on the stre...

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