CJL - Christopher J. Lee Architects, Inc.

Dixie Buick Automobile Dealership

Completed in 1992 this project was the first project designed and developed by Christopher J. Lee Architects. The project accommodated special considerations associated with automobile sales and services. Within this 4-building facility, the main sales building featured a 2-story showroom overlooked by second floor administrative support areas. Additional buildings housed separate service & repair facilities, body shop, and used vehicle sales functions. Through the use of simple massing and creative detailing, this facility has maintained its clean appearance and functional efficiency over the years. Utilizing primarily painted stucco on concrete block for the showroom sales building along with pre-engineered metal buildings for the service and repair buildings, these facilities have required little maintenance efforts on the exteriors to the Owner’s benefit.

Client: Robert Adkins/Dixie Buick, Inc. Location: Fort Myers, Florida
Building Type: Automotive Sales & Service Center Building Size: 4-Building, 40,000 SF
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