Silver Ventures, the development firm headed by Kit Goldsbury which developed the old Pearl Brewery into a world class destination, today unveiled its newest project--Oxbow, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.
The eight story complex is going up on Lower Broadway not far from the Pearl, next to the new headquarters of Credit Human. It will consist of office, retail, food and beverage spaces and, as Silver Managing Director Bill Shown put it, 'tree lined courtyards that blur the line between time to work and time to linger.'
“The Broadway corridor was the heart and soul of our city back in the day,” Shown said. “We’re thrilled to see the energy returning to the area and our hope is that Oxbow will entice businesses to return to the city center and be a catalyst for future growth and energy.”
Oxbow will include four levels of parking, four levels of office, and ground floor retail and food/beverage, for a total of 110,096 square feet of commercial space.
Silver Ventures says it will also be the latest in sustainable structures, with rainwater collection and rooftop solar.
Bank of America has already confirmed a lease in Oxbow, and the rest of the building is being marketed. It is expected to open in the second quarter of 2020.
IMAGE COURTESY OF DON MCDONALD. PHOTO BY REGINA PYNE