Client

Northline Ventures

Project Type

Adaptive Reuse: Hospitality
Restaurant Food-Hall

Location

Oklahoma City, OK

Area

12,500 SF

Budget

$3.8M

Roles

Architecture
Interior Design

Status

Complete

The Collective

An adaptive reuse project becomes a major hub and bustling food hall for food lovers in Midtown Oklahoma City.

A former auto body shop, this adaptive reuse project rehabilitated the exterior and interior of an existing property to create a unique food hall in the heart of Midtown Oklahoma City. With twelve kitchens, multiple food concepts, open dining courts, and a full bar, the building design incorporates additional seating with wraparound rooftop corner outdoor patios. A mix of finishes and fixtures throughout the space create distinct areas with a shared visual story that encourage patrons to move about the space. Each restaurant brand stands apart while sharing a collective and unified experience.

Credits

Construction

Modus

Photography

Kaelea Self

Gardner Project Team

Project Administrator

Daniel Douthit

Project Administrator

Anna McBroom

Studio Director

Zack Woods

Principal

Jeremy Gardner