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Warehouse Complex


8440-8450 NW 64 Street, Miami, Florida


This project for two new warehouse structures is composed of 45,000 square feet of dock-height warehouse space and 5,000 square feet of office space. The site has been designed to accommodate the requirements of the loading and unloading of tractor-trailer trucks in the most efficient manner. As a result, the two structures are located parallel to one another and share a common access road. The site has been graded to integrate accessible pedestrian access to eliminate the need for elevators. The warehouses are constructed of reinforced concrete block masonry with a precast twin tee roof. Each structure is divided into three bays. Each bay is composed of an office at grade, which is connected by an interior ramp to dock-height warehouse space. Above the office is an open warehouse mezzanine. This project reflects the design intention to refine a simple utilitarian building. Solving the complexities of the building program within a restricted site creates the opportunities for formal expression. In this project, a long span box satisfies the need for flexible warehouse space while compact office volumes occupy the left over space of truck turning radii. The resulting massing creates a complex building profile that is enhanced with minimal window and door openings, overhangs and varying parapet heights.



Honor Award of Excellence for New Work Under 50,000 square feet 

The Miami Association of the America Institute of Architects, 2019

Honor Award of Excellence for New Work for Warehouse Complex

The Florida Association of the America Institute of Architects, 2018



Archello feature of Warehouse Complex, 2020

Cornell AAP, Warehouse Complex, page 39, Spring 2019 

AIA Florida Announces the Winners of Its 2018 Honor and Design Awards By Maibelle Salzano,, September 11, 2018 feature of Warehouse Complex, August 2018

“Warehouse Complex, Honor Award of Excellence in Architecture” Florida / Caribbean Architect

Fall 2018, Official Journal of the Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects, pg 43



Projectual Strategies, FIU Faculty Creative Practices, Miami Beach Urban Studios, 2019


A.I.A. Florida Design Awards 2018, A.I.A. Florida, Tallahassee, Florida, 2018


Project Team

Jason R. Chandler, A.I.A., Hermann Gonzalez, Esther Monterey

Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Engineering: Franyie Engineering Inc.

Structural Engineering: DDA Engineers, P.A.

Civil Engineering: Zamora and Associates, Inc.



Michael Stavaridis

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