The Dillon, a 17-level, mixed use project by Duda Paine Architects, is scheduled to open in February. Above the parking deck is a ninth-floor terrace for a restaurant and downtown views, and eight floors of offices. At ground level, 25,000 square feet for retailers are tucked into an existing brick facade.
The Dillon, a 17-level, mixed use project by Duda Paine Architects, is scheduled to open in February. Above the parking deck is a ninth-floor terrace for a restaurant and downtown views, and eight floors of offices. At ground level, 25,000 square feet for retailers are tucked into an existing brick facade. mpetr Rendering by Duda / Paine Architects
The Dillon, a 17-level, mixed use project by Duda Paine Architects, is scheduled to open in February. Above the parking deck is a ninth-floor terrace for a restaurant and downtown views, and eight floors of offices. At ground level, 25,000 square feet for retailers are tucked into an existing brick facade. mpetr Rendering by Duda / Paine Architects

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