UnCommons is a mixed-use development designed for the modern workforce’s desire for a human-centered workplace with rich amenities, open space and connectivity. The development is situated on a 40-acre site in Las Vegas. Phase 1 includes two 4-story concrete tilt-up office buildings, a 5-story 820 stall and 4-story 325 stall precast concrete parking structure with attached one-story retail buildings, five one-story light-framed retail buildings, two one-story premanufactured metal retail buildings and a premanufactured metal food hall building. The development will be the first of its kind in Nevada to be built by the standards for WELL Certification, which endorses a building’s performance and human health and well-being of occupants. UnCommons is also pursuing certification by Green Globes, a green rating assessment and certification program.
The office buildings incorporate floor to ceiling windows at all sides of the structure in all concrete tilt panels, in addition to large exposed steel overhangs, perforated screening and Corten steel-clad window eyebrows. For the parking structures, Miyamoto modeled the foundations in non-linear finite element analysis software in order to reduce foundation sizes for large loads at eccentric footings adjacent to other buildings. Miyamoto also designed parking structure elevator towers and unique exposed structural steel perforated screening elements attached to sides of the structures.
Las Vegas, NV
Matter Real Estate Group
600,000 SF – Phase 1