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Artist rendering of proposed Ballard Building office tower. Artist rendering of proposed Ballard Building office tower. Architects Lewis + Whitlock, PA

201 E. Park Avenue

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Location: 201 E. Park Avenue, Tallahassee, FL 32301

Status: UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Owner: Park Monroe, LLC

Site Planning: Moore Bass Consulting

Design: Architects Lewis + Whitlock, P.A.

Contractor: Culpepper Construction

Agent: NAI TALCOR

Website: ONLINE

ETA: TBD

Value of Improvements: $15-$20 Million

Description: Proposed is the demolition of the current 10,214 SF office building originally constructed in 1981, and the construction of a brand new 6-story office tower containing approximately 110,000 SF. The majority of the property is located in a SCD (Special Character District) where the maximum allowable lot coverage in the SCD is 40%. The SCD portion of the site is limited to 4 stories, this is the portion of the design that overlooks the Chain of Parks. The Southern portion of the building will be 6-stories located on a portion of the site that is in the CC (Central Core). Eight stories are allowed in the CC zoning district and 90% maximum coverage is allowed. A Type A site plan will be required unless deviations are necessary in which case a Type B site plan will be required. The owner of the building will occupy the top two floors. There will be restaurant-retail/lobby on the first floor of the building, and space available for lease on the middle floors. The building is attached to a dedicated parking structure containing approx. 77-spaces. This parking structure is slated to expand by an additional floors with the exact number of proposed spaces currently unknown. 

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