Canton, MA – Timberline Construction recently completed the Pressed Café fit-out within the Tara Commons retail plaza in Nashua, NH. With an open commercial kitchen behind the sales counter, seating for 50 and men’s and women’s restrooms, the restaurant was built to accommodate both to-go and dining-in customer needs. The project also involved the construction of a new drive-through system outside of the restaurant to help achieve their convenience goals.

The fit-up of the in-line corner location was designed by Landry Architects of Salem, New Hampshire with an open layout. The 1,582 square-foot restaurant space features extensive millwork, modern and rustic architectural design components and offers both built-in and moveable furnishings. Hanging light fixtures, pendant lighting and large windows allow for a warm and amiable atmosphere.

Timberline’s interior fit-up team produced a finished product that combines the functionality of this contemporary cafe with New Hampshire’s rural charm.

Pressed Café is open seven days a week, offering breakfast all day, Panini sandwiches, made-to-order salads and homemade soups. In addition to their fresh, locally-sourced food, juice, smoothies and local micro-roasted specialty coffee, they also aim to provide quick and convenient service with a smile.

Timberline Construction also recently completed the 2,031 square-foot retail tenant improvement remodel for the Luggage Factory on the ground floor of one of the buildings that make up Assembly Row within Assembly Square in Somerville, MA. Assembly Row is a new mixed-use development, some of which is still underway. When complete the lifestyle center will include shopping, restaurants, entertainment, two million square-feet of office space, a hotel, six-acre riverfront park and 2,100 residences. It will also host the Assembly Station on the orange line, the first T station added to the MBTA system in over 20 years.

The store’s design, by DTM Architects of Arlington, Texas, features white built-in casework, pendant lighting and a gray exposed industrial ceiling. The store’s location on Artisan Way is conveniently across from a parking garage and below residential units. This project was completed by Timberline within four weeks.

This is the second project that Timberline Construction has completed for the new Assembly Row development. Earlier this year, the team completed a new 2,133 square-foot Starbucks Coffee location in the $1.5 billion development. The high-end coffee shop was built to complement the outdoor plaza with a focus on their unique glass garage style rising doors, which open to an outside patio for additional seating.

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