The CoOp becomes a destination to neighbors
near and far, for decades to come.
With new ownership and a new vision this site will once again enhance the fabric of
downtown New Braunfels with dining, shopping and entertainment.
The CoOp becomes a destination to neighbors near and far, for decades to come.
With new ownership and a new vision this site will once again enhance the fabric of downtown New Braunfels with dining, shopping and entertainment.
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6,175 square feet interior space | 2,715 square feet exterior seating | 600 square feet elevated platform
The original 1940’s building of the CoOp with historic facade, facing Castell Street. Improvements include opening up the east and west walls to install expansive Western Simulated Steel windows, and a 20 foot light monitor punched through the ribbed concrete structural roof to allow natural daylight and brighten the space.
6,265 square feet interior & 2,200 square feet exterior seating
The second oldest building on site, facing the grand lawn space, features a punched-up roof with clerestory windows and a 12-foot tall window wall to allow plenty of natural light and give a true connection to the terraced outdoor patio and green space beyond.
2,000 square feet interior & 3,400 square feet exterior seating
Nestled within the shady West Garten entrance off of Castell, Building B-1 is a unique space that offers great connected indoor-outdoor seating, and dual entraces from both the street and Breezeway. Glass entries on both the North and South facades allow lots of indirect light.
13,100 square feet | Leases Starting at 100 sq. ft.
Building C becomes a destination marketplace composed of independent merchants offering unique, high quality selections of artisanal and regional foods and products. The Marketplace continues the use of park-like exterior settings and includes an outdoor bar, pavilion, food trucks and direct connectivity to the City’s future planned hotel, convention center and housing outlined by the South Castell Visioning Plan. This unique marketplace will blend retail and food concepts in a stylish indoor space designed to attract the growing number of consumers who are looking for an alternative to internet, mall and big box shipping experiences. The pavilion will provide shade for special events and serve as an expanded venue for the decade old New Braunfels Farmers’ Market which brings hundreds of weekly visitors whose shopping preferences align with the interactive and social retail shopping experience envisioned for the Co-Op Marketplace.