New Leaf Market

New leaf market was once a Bank of America built in the early 1930's. The building fell into ill repair following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. The building required a massive seismic retrofit and modernization prior to putting back on line for New Leaf foods.

The building is a registered historical landmark and a project that Barry Swenson Builder is proud to have as one of its projects. The grocery store build out included complete deli section, grocery retail, refrigeration units, walk-in freezer, storage and executive office space.

PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Architect: Thatcher & Thompson
  • General Contractor: Barry Swenson Builder
  • Location: Santa Cruz on the Pacific Garden Mall
  • 13k SF Organic Style Grocery Store
  • DATA: Lot Size 38k SF, Parking 220 spaces