This project was a major raze and rebuild I a tight urban setting. The corner of the original 300 square foot building was actually cut off and temporarily supported so the site could continue to operate while footing and wall where constructed on the new building. The project went thru the city planning process to obtain a setback variance. Multiple neighborhood meetings were conducted by Bryan Ruoff to gain consensus on the final design of the project.nFrom that process the pitched roof became part of the design. Even on this very tight site there was a retention pond constructed in the masonry beside the store. It incorporates a black steel “wrought iron” fence, tile faced cooler wall, and custom cabinets. The project was competitively bid and completed in 2006. The design work was done while Bryan Ruoff was employed at Warman Design Group.