Shopping Center Business

MAY 2017

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CENTER REVIEW 102 • SHOPPING CENTER BUSINESS • May 2017 development can not only spice things up with day-to-day variety, but also effectively evolve in the long term. "The whole idea is to have total flexi- bility to surprise the consumer all of the time," says Martinez. Oxígeno's design derived from the history, art and culture of the area, ac- cording to Lopez, and placed great em- phasis on incorporation of the natural environment. "Inspired by the cloud surrounding the volcano, this metaphor helped inform the overall concept and forms, including the physical architec- ture armature, development brand iden- tity, and program and activity of spa- tial organization," he adds. At Oxígeno, "worlds" don't collide, they complement. O1 will be the place to go for live entertainment: the event plaza is the "Live. Out Loud" locus for musical performances, special events and activities, community gatherings and programmable media. The goal for O1 is Oxígeno's design is inspired by the area's history, art and culture, with a focus on the natural environment. A climbing wall, zip line, nature course and extreme sports park are just a few of the features at Oxígeno. MELLODYFARM.COM Be a part of Chicagoland's newest transformative retail destination anchored by Whole Foods Market, REI, and Nordstrom Rack. URBAN ENERGY IN THE SUBURBS Adam Foret Senior Leasing Agent 630 645 2820 Brendan Reedy Senior Director

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