CJL - Christopher J. Lee Architects, Inc.

Parkway Professional Center

Completed in 1997, this multi-tenant professional office building consists of a steel columns and beam structure supporting metal bar joists and a metal deck with concrete floor and roof plates; light-gage metal stud framing exterior walls with stone-cut brick veneer and smooth “Dryvit” finish materials. With “European” detailing, this facility is reminiscent of early Italian architecture with a modern flair.

Client: Dan Carrabine Location: Fort Myers, Florida
Building Type: Multi-Tenant Professional Office Building Size: 2-Story 12,000 SF
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