Promenade at the District is an in-demand residential property located in South Jordan’s District Neighborhood. The project includes a mix of residential, commercial, and landscape architecture. Our residential architects created a mixed-use design with traditional two to three-story townhome units and small retail properties. Although the building is a single structure, our residential architects created a design that combines the primary functions of two different property types into one cohesive structure, focusing on eclectic architectural styles. This unique blend of design and architecture added to the community’s urbanized look and feel. The residential neighborhood design created a walkable retail experience with various storefronts oriented along the District’s main transit lines. Think Architecture’s use of mixed-use design at Promenade at the District made the residential property a landmark in South Jordan’s fast-growing community.
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South Jordan, Utah
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Eclectic Architecture Design in fast-developing South Jordan District
Creating a residential community based on the up-and-coming community’s urbanized style posed a challenge for this mixed-use development. Our residential architects worked closely with developers to create a solution that mixed live/work residences with commercial and retail spaces while providing homeowners with access to neighborhood amenities within one community. Expressed as modern townhomes, the Promenade at the District architects celebrated the community by referencing its history through its classic yet urban architectural design.
The dynamic, mixed-use residential property design featured various exterior materials, including brick, stucco, and fiber cement siding. The design of the clubhouse and other on-site amenities centralized the Promenade neighborhood by creating a home base where the residents can work and play. These luxury townhomes also provided homeowners with total energy-efficiency and solar-panel capabilities, making Promenade at the District Net-Zero ready.