Premier Town Center
Multi-Family | Mixed-Use
Virginia Beach, Virginia
- Code Analysis and Modification process
- Schematic Design
- Design Development
- Architectural and Interior Design Construction Documents
- Coordination of Structural, Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Design
- Coordination of Landscape Design
- Construction Administration
Premier Apartments and Zeider’s American Dream Theater is a new mixed-use development in the heart of the Virginia Beach Town Center. Conceived by its developers as the next phase of a developing live – work – shop urban community, this project integrates high-end retail, luxury apartments, a multi-theater performing arts center and a public plaza.
Zeider’s American Dream Theatre. The “Z” includes two theatres: a traditional main house which includes seating for 310 patrons on stepped risers, elevated stage, tension grid, and control room facilities, and a “black box” multi-purpose theatre to provide a flexible venue for a variety of performances. The facility is designed to complement, not compete with, the existing performing arts Sandler Center by offering a wider variety of programs, more modest productions, and a venue for performers more closely associated with the local community.
Premier Apartments. 131 one-bedroom luxury apartments with a minimalist aesthetic, maximizing the views of Town Center via exterior balconies, maximizing the site as allowable by density requirements, yet not sacrificing amenities desired by potential residents. Amenities include an indoor/outdoor courtyard-level Clubhouse with a fireplace, a satellite Club Room and roof deck, and a Fitness facility, Pool and parking facilities are shared with the existing apartment complex across Central Park Avenue, which is linked with a pedestrian bridge over Central Park Avenue.
Retail Shops. Shell space for high-end retail tenants on the Ground level fronting on three sides, extending the existing Town Center retail corridor.
Plaza. Located on the 2nd level functions as the main entrance to the performing arts center, a restaurant, the apartment Clubhouse, and connecting breezeway to the parking.