This project included the complete interior demolition of the 36,000 SF 1950’s Winn Dixie in the Longview Shopping Center in order to convert the space into the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. The Cinema includes 11 screens, a full-service kitchen, lounge, and bar. We worked with the architects and engineers to coordinate the removal of 8,000 SF of concrete for all the new underground plumbing lines required for the kitchen and restrooms. Careful planning of logistics was required as the tenants on both sides are fully operational. All material deliveries, equipment, and crews are staged in the rear of the shopping center.
Demolition of 500 linear feet of existing retail façade and replacement with brick veneer, all while keeping existing tenants open for business. Keeping businesses open throughout entire project was our challenge. Restricting access for safety was critical due to the proximity to Cary High School.
Expansion of the building footprint to add exterior covered seating at Weaver Street Market located in Southern Village Shopping Center. The expanded store includes 10 feet by 80 feet of additional retail space and a new indoor/outdoor dining area. Work also included a new metal roof and electrical work. Work was performed while building was occupied. Construction was phased such that the store has remained open. The team also maintained a safe area for pedestrian traffic.
McDonald York provided preconstruction and construction services for this new 55-acre neighborhood center in Holly Springs, NC. Sitework was completed for the entire center, including a 6’ boring under highway 55 to deliver stormwater to the other side. The project included the construction of multiple buildings and tenant fit-ups. Interior spaces feature the latest store designs and layouts for all concepts.
McDonald York was hired by Morris Commercial to provide construction management at-risk services for the construction of a new shopping center located on a 3.5 acre property near the Imperial Center Business Park located in Southern Durham. This center included the first LEED certified restaurant in NC, the highly popular MEZ contemporary Mexican restaurant, and 10,000 square feet of additional lease space for complementary users like Starbucks and FedEx Kinko’s.
A complete renovation of an existing retail center that included interior demolitions, upfits and façade replacement. Renovation also included the Melting Pot and Enterprise building, the construction of a new 10,000 SF retail building and the demolition of an existing building to make way for a new Trader Joe’s building pad. Sitework improvements included stormwater drainage, parking lot islands and landscaping.
A renovation of an existing shopping center that included the refinishing of the exterior façade in brick and stucco, installing decorative fabric awnings and constructing a covered plaza for outdoor dining. It also included extensive lighting, landscaping and signage modifications and upgrades.
New construction of a retail building in Southeastern Raleigh as an additional building to an existing shopping center. Project included sitework, storm work and underground utilities on a 1.2 acre site. Construction of a retaining wall and 30 parking spaces to support the retail building of the project. Building was brick veneer, EIFS, and glass storefront with a TPO Roof. Work had to be coordinated around the existing shopping center to ensure minimal impact to existing shopping center operation.
This redevelopment transformed a previously vacant building at the entrance to Seaboard Station into a vibrant shopping destination offering a mix of local and regional retailers and restaurants. Tenants include Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar and Sola Salon Studios, among others.