ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS

Our business isn't just about buildings, it's about people and the way they live. Our ideas are shaped by the interaction of people with their environment by matching personality with functionality. Every one of our projects takes a special level of planning and consideration, because we make sure that every space we create is built around people and their relationships. Lewis Himes Associates does both ground-up new construction and renovation of existing buildings. We can provide architectural support for your commercial, retail, hospitality, or residential project.

BOULDER VALLEY VISION THERAPY

BOULDER, COLORADO

This 1,737 Square Foot Vision Therapy office is a warm, welcoming space with a homey feel. The office contains; two therapy room, an exam room, manager's office, waiting room, reception and large open therapy space. The design contains an excess of built-in storage and work surfaces for a clean residential approach to a clinic interior.

SOLAIRE SHOPPES

WESTMINSTER, COLORADO

Thanks to the Owner's insight Solaire Shoppes was updated with an energy/ eco-friendly future with solar roof panels, a windmill, electric car charging station, LED site lighting, and water-wise landscaping, along with a new exterior face lift.

WATERMARK ON MAINSTREET

PARKER, COLORADO

The Watermark on Mainstreet complex involves the development of a 15.3 acre site to include nine separate buildings and one clubhouse. The apartment buildings consist of one, two and three bedroom units totaling 306 apartments. The clubhouse provides tenant with a pool. billiards room, TV lounge, exercise room, computer room, and management office.

WESTWOOD CROSSING

DENVER, COLORADO

Westwood Crossing is a low income mixed use project on a 2.183-acre site that provides 5,000 sf of commercial space and 127.172 sf of family residential space. The floor plans consist of 98, one, two and three bedroom units with spacial floor plans, walk in closets for most rooms, and exterior patios with amazing views. Amenities provided to the residential tenants include a community lounge, exercise room, children's playroom, bike storage, and on site management offices. A local artist was hired to create a colorful and vibrant mural reflecting the characteristics of not only the building but the multi-cultural neighborhood that the building has become part of. Both the art and architecture have found their place in the urban fabric of this location and will continue to be a beacon for years to come.

OAKRIDGE CROSSING

FT. COLLINS, COLORADO

Oakridge Crossing is a mixed-use project providing low income senior housing and commercial space. Located in the fast growing town of Ft. Collins along the Harmony corridor. The developer wanted to create a building that would encapsulate the feeling of community within the building and adjacent site. The apartment building consists of 110 one or two bedroom units. Tenants are encouraged to use the billiards room, TV lounge, Exercise room, Library, and craft room or venture outside to use the picnic areas with gas BBQ grills, shuffle board or relax at one of the seating areas throughout the property. This building also consists of 5,000 SF of commercial space.

ROLLING RIDGE TOWNHOMES

SILVERTHORNE, COLORADO

This ambitious construction project was built on a challenging sloped site and includes size building that accommodate 20 town-homes at approximately 2,000 sf each. The town-homes vary in floor plans from three to four bedroom options. Each town-home has a master suite, and each bedroom typically has its own bathroom.

WAYMIRE DOME RENOVATION AND NEW CONFERENCE AND EVENT CENTER

BRIGHTON, COLORADO

This $3.7 million project for Adams County included the renovation of a 40 year old dome structure and an expansion to encompass conference rooms, storage, and a state of the art kitchen, which radiated from the promenade. Our design included green solutions, such as the use of both the replaced annex and recycled dome.

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VISTA EYE CARE

THORNTON, COLORADO

A new 5,000 sf building for Vista Eye Care Optometry. Originally the space was designed to occupy half of the building, with the thought for future expansion.  However, for this fast growing optometry office growth was eminent and within a year we were making the plans for them to expand into the rest of the building, doubling the number of exam rooms and adding additional storage and offices.