repositioning

Triangle Pointe

Project
Built in the late-’60s, Triangle Pointe had never been updated. Great bones were obscured behind dropped popcorn ceilings, beige quarry tile, and a forest of yellow oak. Originally occupied by a single tenant, the building had an entrance and cramped lobby with no sense of arrival. The new purchaser desired to reposition the property to be a viable, productive, multi-tenant office building. The goal was to intrigue, with details providing moments of discovery as visitors moved through the space. The result is a warm interpretation of modern design that offers a fresh counterpoint to the...Learn more

Spirit Mountain Casino Mountain View Sports Bar

Project
With the addition of the South Expansion , also completed by Mackenzie, the casino’s existing buffet was relocated to the new space. This opened up a prime location in the complex, directly across from the main visitor entrance. Mackenzie provided interior design services for the remodel of this area into the new Mountain View Sports Bar. A large dome provides a focal point for the bar, while a custom fabricated mountain panorama surrounds the main dining space. Both elements are lit by specialty mood lighting which changes throughout the day. The stage and dance floor area accommodates a...Learn more

Safeway "Lifestyle" Prototype Rollout

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Mackenzie is working with Safeway, Inc. , on implementation of Safeway's new "Lifestyle" format upgrade to stores across the West Coast. The format upgrade is an element of the retail corporation's "Ingredients for life" rebranding campaign. Mackenzie projects include occupied remodels; expansions; and new construction replacements of existing stores, primarily in Washington, Alaska, and Northern California, for stores ranging in size from 26,000 to 85,000 SF. Service departments include bakery, pharmacy, and service meat and seafood, as well as coffee kiosks and indoor and outdoor seating...Learn more

Stadium Fred Meyer Store Remodel & Expansion

Project
Located at the convergence of two neighborhoods and along one of Portland’s busiest corridors, the renovation and expansion of the Stadium Fred Meyer Retail Store on West Burnside represents an urban response to both community and context. The new design balances the programmatic needs of the client, the ethos of the neighborhoods, and the guidance of the Portland Design Commission. The new store, totaling 110,000 SF, brings energy and life to the streetfront by the building’s realignment along Burnside and 21st Street. The improved frontage along Burnside dramatically enhances the pedestrian...Learn more
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