The store consist of 20,000 square feet of retail space built with a boundary wall on the property line, a Zero Lot Line. An extremely tight job site to say the least. An escalator connects the first and second floors and an underground parking garage provides customers off-street parking convenience. A featured curtainwall system element provides high visibility to the bustling Connecticut Avenue and adjacent subway route.
One-size-fits-all might work in retail, but no such luck in retail buildings and retail construction. One style certainly doesn’t fit all either.
At The Korte Company, we address each retail-building construction project as its own unique project. Whether you're building anew or retrofitting an existing structure or mall, we have the team that can deliver all that's on your shopping list.
Our work in mall construction and retail construction
Through our many years of mall construction and retail facility construction, we've delivered designs that work with both existing structures and new buildings.
And while we fit our retail structures like a fine tailor, we have learned some things along the way that apply to any store application: buying experience needs to be maximized, store design should reflect the interests of the consumers and employee productivity should always be maximized.
At The Korte Company, we've built for national retail leaders like Walgreens and Whole Foods, and we've built for local retailers including supermarkets, car dealerships, strip malls and indoor malls.
To sum it up, it’s safe to say we know our way around a store and we're eager to learn about your upcoming retail facility construction project.