401 W. Ash

San Diego, CA
Architecture, Interior Design
In Design

The 401 West Ash Street hotel is comprised of 248,592 gross square feet and 133 subterranean parking spaces. The project is 268’ from sea level totaling 22 stories. The proposed building consists of a multi-story, cast-in-place concrete framed structure over a subterranean parking garage. The northwest portion of the building abuts with a single level existing building, where it will be seismically separated. The typical elevated Floor and roof construction will consist of 9” thick post-tensioned flat slabs. The grade level slab will consist of a 12” thick mild-reinforced slab which will accommodate heavier loading requirements and anticipated slab stepping. The subterranean garage level will consist of 9” thick mild-reinforced flat slabs. All slabs will be supported by vertical columns and walls with the intent for these elements to track through the garage with minimal use of transfer beams. At Level 3, there is an amenity / pool deck. It is assumed a depressed opening consisting of concrete beams, walls and slabs will be formed to accept a fiberglass or stainless steel pool insert. The pool deck will be a 12” thick post-tensioned slab to accommodate heavier loading requirements and required sloping to for drainage purposes.