One of only a few standalone Qdoba locations in Wisconsin, the development of this 3,450-square-foot building required Anderson Ashton follow the architectural language of nearby buildings while creating an architectural distinction within Market Square. Special considerations were required to open up the west facing exterior to diffuse the amount of glazing pouring into the building at sunset, while a light shelf between the lower and upper windows helps bounce ambient light deep into the space.
This 9,000-square-foot multi-tenant retail space, which includes MOD Pizza and Noodles & Company, completes the architectural edge of the Market Square development along a highly trafficked corridor. Although completed shortly after Anderson Ashton finished the neighboring standalone Qdoba, there were additional city requirements and restrictions to address. Diligent planning and execution ensured the development fit well within surrounding elements while still distinguishing Qdoba architecturally.
Located in in Milwaukee’s Bay View neighborhood, this Red Brick Pizza Kitchen Café is the company’s first location in the Milwaukee market. Anderson Ashton used creative design elements and construction methods to retrofit an existing building to accommodate the Red Brick Pizza’s signature 1,000-degree custom brick oven.