The Amenity Core
The Coffee Silo at City Place is one piece of a multi-building amenity development anchoring the new 4,000-home City Place residential development. In addition to the coffee silo, the overall development includes a total of 26,000 square feet of buildings, including a new home finding center, community center, party barn, and support buildings. The 8-acre Amenity Village will host a one-acre watering hole as a feature aquatic centerpiece unique to the Houston market.
The new Coffee Silo will be the go-to meet-up place for a diverse group of residents in the neighborhood. Located along the AMP (Alternative Mobility Path) and nestled within the walkable community, a resident can enjoy a grab-and-go coffee and breakfast on the way to work and settle in for a nightcap and snacks in the evening on the way home. The design features indoor and outdoor serving areas, a feature countertop, and an open serving area facing private seating booths nestled inside a steel silo structure filled with light.
As Architect of Record (AOR), McLemore Luong works hand in hand with WHA Architects from San Diego, California, to bring this project to life. McLemore Luong is also providing interior design and FF&E design and procurement for this project.