The challenge at hand was to transform a dilapidated, abandoned gas station into an attractive structure that befits its location – a one-acre, triangle-shaped site at a prime intersection in the Town of Cary. Our approach fit perfectly to manage the inherent challenges of a transformational project with significant civic planning restrictions.
In-house design talent at Bobbitt used a turn-of-the-century Flatiron architectural approach to create a striking 11,000-square-foot mixed-use commercial building wedged into this unique site. What was once an eyesore has been transformed into an attractive gateway into downtown Cary from the east – as well as the 2005 award winner for the area’s best design-build project.
Mixed-Use/Multi-Family, Office & Flex Space