Johnson C. Smith University Mosaic Village Mixed-Use Facility /

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The Details

The Mosaic Village Mixed-Use project consists of a 124,000 square foot residence hall for Johnson C. Smith University, retail space and a parking deck. The four story residence hall was designed to accommodate 300 beds and multiple amenity spaces. The retail space will be located along West Trade St. and will consist of 7,000 square feet with outdoor seating. The parking deck is designed to accommodate 400 cars and will serve both the Residence Hall and retail space. A 6,000 square foot green roof with a view of the Charlotte skyline is located on the upper level of the parking deck.

The structural system of the retail / housing building is steel framing bearing on either steel columns or masonry bearing walls with three stories of conventional wood construction above. The structural system of the residence building is conventional wood framing with wood stud bearing walls, supporting wood floor and roof trusses. Mosaic included steel piles and shallow spread footings (foundation type). Post-tensioned concrete podium.

Owner

Johnson C. Smith University

Architect

Neighboring Concepts

Start Date

2011

Completion Date

2013

Construction Cost

$19 million

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