Belmar Park Plaza is a three story, 36,000 square foot, Class A speculative office building. It was designed with a steel structure, multi-color brick veneer, and a design-build mechanical and electrical system.
The mechanical system is comprised of two rooftop HVAC units using gas-fired heating, DX cooling, and a relief hood. The HVAC system was zoned by using 18 fan powered VAV boxes throughout the building. The facility required wiring to panels for future tenant finish. Total building load equaled 633 KVA.
The office building is designed to accommodate both full-floor users and smaller tenants in increments of 1,000 square feet on a separate floor. Showers and lockers and a common conference room are provided. Storage is available in the basement level of the building.
The building was developed by SanTom Holdings and designed by M+O+A Architectural Partnership under a design-assist approach. The project scope included sitework and core and shell construction at a cost of $3.8 million.
Each floor plate is 12,302 square feet with a common area on each floor. The mechanical and electrical systems were both contracted through the design build process. Fiber optics are available in the project. The lobby and elevator finishes were upgraded during the construction process to include marble flooring, high grade millwork and new wave light fixtures.
The sitework includes a fully landscaped retention pond, and a poured-in-place retaining wall with colored concrete and an architectural form liner.