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TEAM Client

Anas A. Kozbari IGO/Invest Group Overseas Dubai, United Arab Emirates Tel: +971 4 395 35 11 http://www.igo.ae/

Project Team Lead: Urban Design/ Architecture Lead

W. Brian Keith AIA/AICP /Leed AP JHP Architecture/Urban Design Dallas, TX Tel: 214.363.5687 www.jhparch.com Bkeith@jhparch.com

Retail Advisors

John Giesler Retail Street Advisors Dallas, TX Tel: 214.443.9506 http://www.retailstreetadvisors.com John@retailstreetadvisors

Retail Design Partners

Robert Meckfessel DSGN Assoicates Dallas, TX Tel: 214.748.7712 http://www.dsgn.com rmeckfessel@dsgn.com

Zoning and Entitlements

Scott Polikov Vialta Group Fort Worth, TX Tel: 817.348.9500 http://www.vialtagroup.com/ scott@vialtagroup.com

Strategic Real Estate and Market Advisors

Michael Buckley Center for Metropolitan Density Arlington, TX Tel: 817.272.2011 www.uta.edu/architecture/research bucklmi@gmail.com

Branding, Signage and Wayfinding

Steven Jordan Steven Jordan Design Dallas, TX Tel: 214.755.8224 http://www.stevenjordandesign.com/ steve@stevenjordandesign.com

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CONTENT Team/Content Design Statement Urban Scale Regional Analysis Concept Site Analysis Design Strategy Circulation Green Approaches Healthy Urbanism/Smart Growth Quintessence Hotel and Spa The IGO The Aiguilles Emerson Flats Artisanal Commons Urban Flow Wellness Enclave Living

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WATER/STEWART’S CREEK LOCATION ON NORTH DALLAS TOLLWAY SENSE OF PLACE/ IDENTITY/COMMUNITY MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT DENSITY AND VERTICAL INTEGRATION

AIR AND SKY

Terre Haute is envisioned as the new iconic

destination/place for Frisco, Texas - a healthy urban mixed-use community. Stewart Creek will serve as the natural connection integrating a new “Artisian Commons” public plaza with healthy/active lifestyle retail, cafes, residences, a boutique hotel/spa and destination offices. Terre Haute will set the new standard for development and place-making in Frisco.

NATURAL AND URBAN ECOSYSTEMS

GREEN APPROACHES

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Urban Scale

Frisco

Park and Creeks

Blocks and Buildings

North Dallas Tollway

Artisanal-Commons

Stewart’s Creek

Park and Creeks

Artisanal-Commons Blocks and Buildings Terre Haute

Stewart’s Creek North Dallas Tollway Frisco

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Terra Haute


Regional Analysis 1

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Fc Dallas Stadium Frisco Square Grand Park Starwood Neighborhood Starwood Retail and Restaurants Future Development Parcels

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Concept

MIXED USE An urban village development that blends a combination of residential, commercial, cultural, and institutional uses. These functions are physically and functionally integrated to provide walkable environment and great pedestrian experiences.

Restaurant

Housing Hotel/Spa

Office

Retail Open space

ACTIVE LIVING A way of life style that integrates physical activities into your everyday routines. Recreational LID

Biking

Hiking

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Playground

Transit-ready

Walkable Running Rain water collection

Swimming

STEWART CREEK

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opportunities (parks, fitness centres etc.) close to the home or workplace, walking trails and bike lanes for transportation encourage a more active lifestyle and physical activities.

SUSTAINABILITY Green approaches such as compact, walkable blocks, solar panels, storm water management, urban reserve, green roofs and LID efforts will lower energy use, reduce global warming emissions and raise the quality of life by increasing mobility and convenience.


Site Analysis Starwood Retail and Restaurants

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Lebanon Road

Parkwood Blvd

Starwood Neighborhood

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Future Development Parcels

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Design Strategy Vehicular and Pedestrian Connection to Lebanon Road/ Starwood Neighborhood Mixed-use mid-rise Residential

Stewart Creek

Luxury Stacked Residential

2 Story Anchor Entertainment/ Restaurants High Visibility from North Dallas Tollway

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Connection to Future Development in South Parcel

Enhanced landscape buffer from traffic on North Dallas Tollway


Circulation

Main Circulation within site (two ways)

Connects to the larger neighborhood of Starwood

Slip Road

Vehicular Garage Access

Starwood Drive

Pedestrian Garage Access

North Dalla s Tollway

Stewart Creek

Decelerate lane Walking trail along Stewart Creek Project Main Entry

Accelerate lane

Future development connection Vehicular Garage Access

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Green Approaches Proposed/Enhanced Stewart Creek with Trail and outdoor public space Reconstructed creek/ wetlands and Ponds

Renewable Energy such Wind Power / Solar Panels on Rooftops and Garages

Water Collection Rooftops

Green Roofs

Green Street

Green Roofs Green Plaza

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Healthy Urbanism / Smart Growth Connect to Existing Neighborhood and Roads Creates a range of appropriates highend housing types such as townhomes, condos, live-work and rental multi-family

Mix of land uses both vertically and horizontally

Creates density, compact and Vertical Mixed-use

Walkable Neighborhood

Distinctive attractive/unique community with a strong sense of place

Promotes wetlands and natural restoration

Creates public open spaces

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The key to this development is in believing in the concept. People don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it. Apple is a company that believes in challenging the status quo in everything they do by thinking differently, which is manifest in a high quality product that is universally popular, not because of the product’s quality, but because they believe in Apple. Terra Haute is a place, an enclave, a center, a community . . . a place that can change your life by challenging what an urban development can be and the impact it can have on your well being. It is a belief in personal wellness and community health that transcends the buildings which contain it. To make this real, just as any community is a collection of individuals, so must the retail tenants be committed to this belief through a dependant network of like minded retailers who personify and reinforce this. There is an enormous amount of retail development coming to this region and through Frisco in particular, and to be successful it must stand apart.

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LIVING

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Quintessence

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prospective tenants

Quintessence is a boutique hotel & spa whose very name - charged with symbolism of the mystical fifth element, the classical notion of the substance which comprises the heavenly bodies - evokes the transcendent experience this amenity will afford. Catering to the mind, the body and the soul, this hotel is a destination, and a refuge, an indulgence and a sanctuary. With intentional linkages to the commercial themes of the other tenants, this hotel and spa is perfectly suitable for hosting anything from a pampered weekend with the girls, to a haven while your body mends, to a corporate retreat for the traveling businessman. Everyone has a place and a comfort that can be fulfilled.

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The Kimpton group had defined boutique hotels. With the highest customer satisfaction scores (93%) and emotional attachment scores (89%) of any hotel company operating in the United States the company has the skills to make a world class boutique hotel, and with two Properties in the Metroplex, knows the market. This hotel needs to be an oasis from the usual, but with an eye on catering directly to the office medical tenants, as well as fully engaging in the wellness of the community. Their hotel won’t be “usual” or “typical”, it will be a completely appropriate offering for this market and work hand in hand with the other facets of the community to reinforce the core vision.

Seasons 52 is a fresh grill and wine bar that invites guests to discover the sensational flavors of a seasonallyinspired menu. The brand concept is to deliver a sophisticated atmosphere, rotating menu, and offer fresh ingredients to deliver a lower-calorie (all items on the menu are said to be under 475 calories and nutritionally balanced) option when compared to its competition, all the while proclaiming there is no butter in the restaurant. Being seasonally inspired, the fresh grill and wine bar core menu changes four times a year with every season, and all the features on the right hand panel of the menu change every week (52 times a year). George Miliotes, their master sommelier, specifically visits different vineyards in order to hand pick wines for Seasons 52. The menu showcases over 100 different bottles of wine, more than 50 of which are available by the glass. With locations nationwide, and only one in Dallas, this restaurant offering would pair extremely well with the core concept and be a perfect accent to the boutique hotel.

Living Health & Wellness Center believes that lifestyle, nutrition, exercise, relationships, work, fun, spiritual connections, life purpose and passion are all part of your health. Based in Dallas, they combine therapies to support all areas of life that contribute to well-being and health. They work directly with clients co-creating the program and services they need to help them live, feel and be well! With a spa-centric formula, this philosophy can be used to create the ultimate experience from a Healthy Transformation Group Weight Loss Program, to “Frisky Femme Fridays” where women gather to explore the topics that are on every woman’s mind but might be afraid to ask, to Getting the Passion Back in your Marriage, clients will find an array of programs designed to help and augment their lives.


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LEGEND

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Boutique Hotel / Spa

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Entertainment Anchor

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Anchor Retail

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Small retail/cafe with terraces

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Garage Vehicular Access

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Garage Pedestrian Access

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On-Street Parking

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Restaurants

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Live/Work Units

10 Entry (Porte Cochere)

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15,000 SF

Service Retail

5,000 SF

Restaurant

10,000 SF

Entertainment Anchor (2 story)

25,000 SF Total

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Anchor Retail

Boutique Hotel (130 rooms) Spa

55,000 SF 150,000 SF 20,000 SF

Total 118,000 SF Live/Work (Small Retail/ Commercial)

30,000 SF (2,000 SF/Avg , 15 units)

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The IGO

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prospective tenants

Flanking the gateway entry to Terre Haute is this mixed-use boutique office complex that successfully integrates a variety of commercial and retail opportunities for residents of the development and as an immediate draw off the highway. Featuring office tenants whose professional services cater to health and wellness, The IGO is a place to get yourself “tuned-up”. Whether that be anything ranging from homeopathic medicines, chiropractic, nutritional counseling and acupuncture, to lasik vision correction, cosmetic surgery or a mommy makeover, the facilities are all here. With the refuge that is the Quintessence hotel & spa is just across the street, every facet of your stay will be a pleasure.

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Boasting 40K SF of bowling, bocce and bistro, Pinstripes could me a massive regional draw. With a year-round outdoor patio and fire pit, as well as 20-600 person event spaces, it caters to any number of private parties including weddings, birthdays, corporate events, etc. In addition, weekend live blues and jazz, wine dinners, mom & tot play dates, clubs and leagues Pinstripes advertises “sophisticated fun”. With locations in Illinois, Minnesota and Kansas, the corporation is growing and would plug in nicely to the Healthy Urbanism concept.

HALO [FOR MEN] offers a relaxing, masculine environment designed to put city-dwelling males at ease from the moment they walk in the door. “We created the salon to cater to urban men by providing a sophisticated yet modest environment where men can go to comfortably enjoy luxurious salon services without worrying about feeling out of place or being gawked at, like at other female-dominated salons and spas.” While currently only located in the Chicago metro area, the retail concept is one that could clearly be transplanted to North Texas.

The Life House is a unique experience that will introduce you to new flavors and activities. The Life House brings together three companies that all have one common goal, to bring people together as a community. With a single location in Rockwall, TX the Life House combines and organic bakery, an organic coffee roasterie and coffee house, and a disc golf shop. With a constant eye on community, the retail concept has significant appeal across several demographics, and with Dash’s Track disc golf course just a little over two miles to the west, this concept would tie in nicely to the area.

Whole Earth is a specialty retailer offering a broad array of innovative, high-quality products which engage those who share our robust enthusiasm and concerned commitment to learning about, experiencing, preserving, and enjoying our home planet. With a selection of outdoor adventure gear to rival even the biggest retailers, this company, originally founded in Austin, is uniquely Texan. Whole Earth currently has 9 stores in 5 Texas cities, including Dallas and Southlake, and would be an incredible addition to the synergy around this Healthy Urbanism providing goods for anything from a technical wilderness adventure to outdoor lifestyle accessories.


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Office

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Office Lobby - Main Entrance

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Anchor Retail

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Garage Vehicular Access

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Retail or Cafe

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Garage Pedestrian Access

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Entertainment / Restaurants Anchor

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On-Street Parking

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Project Identity

10 Live/Work

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8

North Dallas Tollway

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Service Road North Dallas Tollway

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Anchor Retail

15,000 SF

Service Retail

7,500 SF

Restaurant

10,000 SF

Entertainment Anchor (2 Story)

22,000 SF Total

Boutique Office ( 5.5 levels - Medical and General)

54,500 SF

160,000 SF

34,000 SF Live/Work (Small Scale Retail/Commercial) (2,000SF/Avg, 17 units)

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The Aiguilles

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prospective tenants

With it’s name taken from a French term meaning “spire of rock”, a moniker pervasive in hiker and mountain climber lexicons, the Aiguilles is the pinnacle icon of Terre Haute. A vertically integrated mixture of uses that rise from a grounded base of retail, through multiple levels of luxury office and residential, past an open, airborne pool amenity, and up to an incomparable apex of penthouses and sweeping views. This building has everything. Utilizing one of the most undervalued resources in multistory buildings, the stairs are themselves are part of the Stewart Creek Walkabout, catering to a growing facet of exercise enthusiasts, and offering a unique workout only an urban environment can afford. This is the place to be, and be seen.

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Naked Pizza is a pizza company where the term ‘naked’ mean’s ‘natural’. Utilizing a registered 10 grain crust and probiotics for digestive health. Their main angle is using all natural whole food ingredients that have better taste and are better for you. Currently with 13 locations nationwide, including Seattle, New Orleans, Cincinnati and San Diego, they have nothing in Texas or through the middle west.

Headquartered in Addison, RunOn! is a very popular store for exercise enthusiasts of all types. They specialize in footwear and offer custom shoe fitting services by trained experts who analyze your walking behavior and help diagnose what shoes will fit your needs and body style. Stocking higher-end, professional shoe brands, RunOn! caters to a serious clientele and very loyal communities grow around their stores. They are heavily involved in events of all sorts and would be a natural link to the Frisco trail head. With locations in 5 metroplex cities, including McKinney, Richardson and Coppell, there is a noticeable gap in Frisco retail corridor.

Sweetgreen is a place where you can get fun, fashionable food that’s both healthy for you and aligned with your values. Simply stated... food that fits. Sweetgreen focuses on healthy, sustainable, affordable fast casual menu options. They keep every touchpoint on mission, down to not offering brand name soda...and having focused marketing efforts like their Offering a high-end shopping sweetlife music festival and teaching experience, coupled with community elementary school kids about healthy engagement through pop-up craft eating! Sweetgreen is focused in the shows and exhibitions, West Elm Washington D.C. region, with locations (or a similar concept) would be in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia. a significant draw that appeals The unique combination of healthy directly to the sophisticated food and community engagement, consumers that live in the area. especially with children, we see as With only three stores in TX and an interesting opportunity that hasn’t one in Dallas, a second store in been exploited in North Texas and DFW my not be in their model, may have great appeal in the region. but the concept would fit the project nicely.


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Anchor Restaurants

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Garage Pedestrian Access

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Small Retail/Cafe

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Garage Vehicular Access

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On-Street Parking

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Office

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Sky Pool (Amenity)

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Luxury Highrise Residential

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Penthouse Suites

10 4 story Residential 5

11 Parking Garage

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12 Cafe Terraces/Pocket Parks

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Anchor Retail

15,000 SF

Service Retail

10,000 SF

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8,000 SF

Cafes/Restaurants Total

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Luxury Office (4 Level)

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Luxury High-rise Residential 10 10

4 story Residential (wrap around Garage)

33,000 SF 80,000 SF

150,000 SF (1,200 SF , 100 units) 90,000 SF

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Emerson Flats

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prospective tenants

Drawing on the original name for the town of Frisco, Emerson Flats is a mixed use residential block that embraced Texas in more than just epithet. The urban character of the retail and residential environments around Terre Haute is one of high Texas sophistication, personifying the finest of what this proud state has to offer. Elegant shopping, fine foods and al fresco dining are the hallmark of the Flats. Heavily engaged in the street edge and integrating a mixture of indoor and outdoor uses, this block is the workhorse of the community, densely populated and full of thriving retail.

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Kiehl’s is a retailer that specializes in making premium, natural, skin, hair, and body care products. Originally a homeopathic pharmacy located in the East Village of New York City, the Kiehl’s store always attracts a cutting-edge younger-crowd. Compared to other cosmetics stores, Kiehl’s is known for appealing to an exceptionally large male clientele, which represents 30 to 40 percent of the company’s customer base. There are currently two in DFW, one in Highland Park Village, the other in North Park Mall.

With the proliferation of incredible pubs and watering holes, developments need a signature destination. The Ginger Man is Texas born and raised, and their original pub is believed to be the first multi-tap specialty beer bar in America and is regarded as one of the finest beer bars in the world.. While the pub could be this, or any number of unique brands, keeping the party going after hours, and making that a clear regional draw that embraces the philosophy is essential.

Drybar is a brand new “blow dry bar” concept created around a very simple idea: No cuts. No color. Just blowouts for only $35. You see, we believe that almost everyone (even us pros) prefers having someone else blow out their hair. Why? It just looks better! We also believe there has to be a better option than paying $60+ at a traditional salon, or going to a less-than-desirable discount chain. With three locations in the Metroplex, the concept is here to stay and while there is one in Legacy, we feel this is concept for a walkable community and the high class nature of this retail environment.

It doesn’t matter who you are or where you live, UNIQLO makes clothes that transcend all categories and social groups. Their clothes are made for all, going beyond age, gender, occupation, ethnicity, and all other ways that define people. This unique concept of clothes sets them apart from apparel companies whose sole purpose is the pursuit of fashion trends. With stores only on each coast, a play for Texas taps into the urbane local market.


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Anchor Restaurant

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Small Retail/Cafe

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Cafe Terraces/Pocket Park

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Garage Pedestrian Access

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Garage Vehicular Access

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Residential over Retail

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Parking Garage

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On-Street Parking

8 6 3

Anchor Retail

8,000 SF

Service Retail

10,000 SF

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Restaurant

8,000 SF

Entertainment Anchor

4,000 SF

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30,000 SF

5 6 4 2

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Multi-family

315,000 SF (850 SF , 295 units)

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Artisanal Commons

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prospective tenants

Centering the whole of Terre Haute, the Artisanal Commons is the primary gathering point for everything, focusing activity and channeling it out to the rest of the community. Anchored by a primary regional draw restaurant, the pavilion then extends out over the sloping grade to engage the central green. Beneath it is a flexible two story space that will host festivals, markets, shows and all manner of regional events. This is the catalyst of the unique, the engine of innovation that keeps Terre Haute fresh and vibrant. There is always anticipation about what will comes next. What new vegetables will be found there? What new art would the show bring this year? What country will the food be from? It is this draw that fuels the community and the desire that lures the travelers.

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Hash House a Go Go keeps the fun in food while pulling from the experiences of farm fresh agriculture, live stock, and old recipes with a twist. They are focused on maintaining a level of excitement & entertainment within the dining experience, while ensuring excellent service each & every day. While the concept originated in San Diego over 10 years ago, the portions are Texas sized and afford offerings unique to the metroplex from morning to night. With 9 locations nationwide, the concept has been playing well in areas like Las Vegas and Orlando where it’s hard to distinguish one’s self and would provide a perfect centerpiece tenant here.

Farmer’s markets, pop-up bazaars, craft shows, flower markets, flea markets...there are a myriad of transitory activities that can be programed to enliven a space and become and ever changing draw to a center. Regionally, events like the Cottonwood Art Festival, Taste of Addison, Kaboom Town, Big Texas Beer Fest, and Mayfest draw hundreds of thousands of people and help define the image of a place. By investing in a central space that is specifically programmed to accommodate such events, on a regular schedule, is an enormous draw to an area. Popup stores are an incredible new trend, with icons like WIRED Magazine, Reebok (FLASH), ebay, Target (Bullseye Bazaar), Godiva (Valentines Day Boutique), Coke (Live Tastefully) engaging in the practice with temporary (often seasonally inspired) offerings.

Food truck events are everywhere and with a central plaza pavilion accented with parking, this manner of event can easily be catered to. With the mix of retail, restaurant, and residential tenants, there would be an enormous demand for unique and ever-changing food options both day and night.


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Artisanal Commons Public Plaza / Fountain

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Pavilion Cafe

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Valet Drop-off (Central location)

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Smart Pavilion with solar panels and rain water collection

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On-street Parking

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Project Gateway Monument

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Pavilion Cafe (2-3)

6,000 SF

Pavilion Multi-purpose space

10,00 SF Total

16,000 SF

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Urban Flow Wellness

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prospective tenants

Wellness. That is the goal and the Urban Flow is the center. This is not a passive grocery store or a fitness meat market. This is an active center where you don’t just eat Lebannese food, you learn about the culture behind it, practice how to cook it, and educate yourself on the ingredients, how to grow them, harvest them, and handle them. This is a community, not where you chose from a list of yoga classes, but where you build relationships with others to embark on adventures. This is where you attend special events with your friends, like regional wine tasting, or engage in an exhibit of local artists work paired with the food of local chefs and the music of local performers. This is a place where you learn and grow, love and laugh, because this is a place that doesn’t just sell a product, but builds a community that endures because of that product.

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Central Market offers a unique retail model to their patrons thorugh a commitment that is beyond the plate. They believe food is a way of uniting families and communities to one collective dinner table, of preserving our cultures and our traditions. Each of their stores is a market in the truest sense – a place to exchange not only goods and services but also ideas through cooking classes, live music, and much more. They do this through a commitment to offering an unmatched selection of domestic and imported goods, classes to educate about new and traditional cooking techniques, celebrations of different foods throughout the year, visits from world-renowned chefs, special Foodie finds that are unique to our market. Backed by the Texas proud and always innovative, HEB brand, Central Market has the resources, buying power and creativity to invest and succeed in this concept. With only 4 stores in the Metroplex, the nearest is on the far southern outskits of Plano, leaving a literally hungry interior of prospective consumers throughout Frisco and north Plano ready to indulge in the finest food shopping experience right at their front door.

For over 20 years, Equinox has created an unparalleled experience that engages members in fitness and wellbeing with personally transformative results. With a growing portfolio of properties across the United States, their clubs are uniquely designed to provide unprecedented service, innovative fitness programming and restorative wellness treatments all for the ultimate in performance and rejuvenation. They boast the most sought after group fitness instructors, personal trainers, strength and cardio equipment and experts in wellness. Using the most progressive and innovative techniques, they motivate members to achieve results. Known for their luxurious design and impeccable attention to detail, they are leaders in innovation. From personal training to group fitness to the locker rooms, not a single aspect of the member experience is overlooked.

Micro-brewing, micro-distilling and micro-vintners are truly local assets to any community and offer a distinctive flair that can transcend place. They can be paired up with retaurant offerings and give tours of their facilities. There are also branding opportunities to be had with tie-ins to the development itself to help reinforce the overall brand. While we note the Community Beer Company of Dallas, we feel this retail play would probably need to be a one-off investment in an entrpreneur, or entrpreneureal group who knows how to craft this into a specific and unique offering.


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Wellness Center

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Local Brewery/Bar

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Stewart Creek

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Trail Head

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Trail along Creek

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Plaza

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Wellness Club (2 level)

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30,000 SF

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Restaurant/brewery

3,500 SF

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Enclave Living

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prospective tenants

The Enclave lies nestled along the banks of Stewart Creek, just across the waterway from the rest of the development. Floating amidst the arboreal canopy of the legacy trees rises a singular residential block of luxury townhomes. With direct connections to the Stewart Creek Walkabout and the surrounding natural topography, this is an exclusive community where one can enjoy easy access to the myriad urban amenities Terre Haute offers, but with the advantage of sitting back at the end of the day in a comfortably casual environment. This is where you rest beside the fire out on the terrace and laugh with your friends over a glass of wine after enjoying a fine dinner just a few minutes walk away. This is the best of both worlds, urban living with all the warmth of home.

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With the trailhead at the Urban Flow Wellness Center, The Stewart Creek Walkabout is a full mile long walking trail that traverses the periphery of the site and includes a 175â&#x20AC;&#x2122; ascension to the upper levels of The Aiguilles for a truly rewarding view. With branded medallions installed in the sidewalks & trails, movement through the route could be easily measured a followed.


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Luxury 3-story Townhomes

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Luxury (stacked) 2-story Townhomes over Podium Garage

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Podium Garage Entrance

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Infinity Pool and Amenities Deck

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Private Bridge Access

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Trail

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Pedestrian Bridge

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Stewart Creek (Reconstructed Wetlands

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Stewart Creek Pond

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Luxury Towhomes

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Luxury 2-story Stacked Residential

21,5000 SF (3000 SF , 6 units) 135,500 SF (2,000 SF , 55 units)

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Quintessence


The IGO


The Aiguilles


Emerson Flats


Artisanal Commons


Urban Flow Wellness


Enclave Living


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