Located at the edge of the Historic Lockerbie neighborhood, Lockerbie Lofts brings life to a brownfield site left vacant for a decade. This sophisticated building solution married multiple construction and occupancy types to maximize value and speed construction. This ground-up construction project includes 215 market-rate apartment homes, 245 underground parking spaces, green roof plaza and common amenities ( fitness center, pool, business center ,etc. ) as well as retail functions.    PROJECT DATA   CLIENT: TWG DEVELOPMENT   COMPLETION: 2016   PROJECT AREA: 320,000 SF   PROJECT BUDGET: $26M   LOCATION: INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA
       
     
 Born of a partnership between the Not-for-Profit Englewood Community Development Corporation and TWG Development, Oxford Place is on track to become Indiana’s first Net Positive Energy Multifamily Project. This Near-East Side revitalization project began with intensive collaboration with community partners, public forums, as well as idea exchanges with Ball State University Planning Students. Using public input and shared intelligence, DKGR developed designs for this 30-Unit, three-story development. After several rounds of public discussion and input the design was finalized and a green strategy was developed. By reducing energy Consumption, Conserving expended energy and Creating on-site energy, Oxford Place hopes to be a model for energy independence in the State of Indiana.    PROJECT DATA  CLIENT: ENGLEWOOD CDC + TWG DEVELOPMENT COMPLETION: 2016 PROJECT AREA: 36,000 SF PROJECT BUDGET: $5.5M LOCATION: INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA
       
     
 The new mixed-use development located at 747 Massachusetts Avenue is located at arguably the most prominent gateway intersection along the Mass Ave corridor.   Mixing construction types to provide a cost-efficient project, the 2-story pre-cast podium houses elevated parking for 54 cars as well as 1 O,OOOSF of ground-level commercial space. Working closely with the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission, the overall building massing and materials were derived from neighboring structures built at the turn of the century, but executed in a modern arrangement. As a gesture to the arts district in which it resides, DKGR is working with a local artist In the development of the the east-facing garage screen so as to make what Is often a rudimentary architectural component, truly a piece of public art.    PROJECT DATA   CLIENT: MILHAUS DEVELOPMENT   COMPLETION: 2017   PROJECT AREA: 75,000 SF   PROJECT BUDGET: $6.5M   LOCATION: INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA