A vacant 1960s-era facility is demolished to make way for a 100,000-SF building featuring a full-service Pinnacle Bank (formerly Bank of North Carolina) branch and Class-A office space for various tenants. A fusion of traditional materials and contemporary lines, 3515 Glenwood Avenue blends seamlessly into the well-traveled Glenwood Avenue.
Choate completes the core and shell of the building, as well as the main lobby space. Foundation walls with a structural steel frame and mechanical rooftop unit form the building. Masonry with precast concrete accents and curtain wall glazing systems adorn the exterior of the building. 3515 Glenwood Avenue doubles the existing site density without increasing impervious area.
Due to Choate’s diligence throughout construction to sustainable building, 3515 Glenwood Avenue exceeds its original goal and receives LEED Silver certification.
The structure sits atop 25,000 SF of parking, allowing ample space for building tenants and Pinnacle Bank customers alike.
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