Located and designed to maximize leasable footprint, the building uses a saw-toothed east side to make tenant fronts more visible from the road and orient most of the glass storefront northeast. Metal-roofed canopies shade storefront windows, reducing solar gains and accenting the saw-tooth plan. Its flexible plan allows multiple tenant combinations.
The building is built with stucco finished masonry bearing walls and has durable built-up roofing on panelized wood roof over steel joists. Dual pane low-e glazing, cast stone veneer and standing seam metal canopies complete the material palette.