This mixed-use development is located at the heart of the downtown Sioux Falls shopping district at the corner of 10th Street and Phillips Avenue.
On the first floor, Lewis Drug and Sanford have partnered together to bring much needed services to downtown Sioux Falls.
Lewis Drug occupies only 5,000 SF but provides the staple items typical of their larger stores along with specific items geared towards the residents of downtown along with a full pharmacy.
Sanford’s new 1,000 SF clinic contains two multi-purpose exam rooms, lab space, staff office, and other support space to provide the full spectrum of care including limited scope x-rays. EAPC worked closely with both providers to maximize the space available so that our clients can provide the best service possible to the residents and workers of downtown.
The second floor consists of a 3,000 SF expansion of the adjacent PAve Bar and Restaurant to create additional space for another bar area along with a gameroom. The remaining 3,500 SF on the second floor also supports PAve as a large outdoor rooftop patio. PAve capitalizes on this unique feature in downtown Sioux Falls with gas fire places, a covered sitting area, and other amenities. They also plan to use this space for fun events like snowman building contests!
The design of the building further enhances the patio by providing large overhead glass doors that can be opened to create indoor/outdoor space. In addition, the patio is surrounded by a sleek modern railing to emphasize safety while at the same time maintaining openness. The overall exterior facade strives to blend into the downtown fabric through its use of similar materials, massing, and scale without appearing to be historic. Lastly, the first floor entrance canopy consists of salvaged corrugated chicken wire glass that provides a unique twist on an old material repurposed and made new again.