Brick Street Market

The Owners had the dream of providing the city of Bondurant with a full-service grocery store in their small town that would evoke the traditional hometown grocery store through its brick façade, bright blue awnings and distinct signage.

Client Since 2013
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Completion Date

January 2013

Project Size

16,800 SF

Type of Delivery

Design Bid Build

Our Solution

SVPA Architects designed a new grocery and retail facility resembling the concept of a small town “country market”. The grocery store offers dining facilities for patrons to get a short-order breakfast, deli-style lunch and dinner options. The 1950s-style, Butler Café was inspired from a restaurant in Bondurant’s past with a history of serving great food, friendly smiles and delicious treats. There is a sit-down counter available to eat at and additional seating for patrons to come and socialize. The Café also includes a full-service barista with a drive-thru. The grocery store also offers a meat counter with a butcher available for custom meat cutting, a fresh produce area, full-service bakery, and all the standard offerings of a full-service grocery store.