Hallandale Beach, Florida

Crate&Barrel – The Village at Gulfstream Park

Client / Owner

Crate and Barrel

Architect / Engineer

Kathryn Quinn Architects, Ltd.

Market

Retail

Company

Graycor Construction

Project Scope

On the heels of building Crate and Barrel’s flagship Canadian store in Toronto, Graycor Construction Company Inc. completed a home store for the retailer in Hallandale Beach, Fla. at The Village at Gulfstream Park. The project was built with the aid of building information modeling (BIM) software technology. The three-dimensional, synchronized and dynamic building modeling system generated and managed building data throughout the project’s duration.

The new two-story, 35,000- square-foot store, located approximately 18 miles north of Miami, houses approximately 22,230 square feet of retail space, 2,120 square feet for storage and an 8,750-square-foot, second-floor overhang for stockroom and office space. The project also includes an adjacent 6,588-square-foot vacant space.

Also in Hallandale Beach at The Village at Gulfstream Park, Graycor Construction built two retail stores – Pottery Barn and West Elm – for owner Williams-Sonoma through developer Forest City. Scope included core and shell construction of a 28,400- square-foot steel building, which houses both retail stores. For Forest City, Graycor Construction recently completed The Promenade Bolingbrook, a 1.1-million-square-foot retail community in the western suburbs of Chicago. Six of the eight buildings in the complex are LEED® certified.