What are the opportunities in this decommissioned electric generation facility? How can reusing this interesting space help reinvigorate our community?
Boomer Lake Station, which is owned by the City of Stillwater, is located at a busy intersection of Boomer and Lakeview Roads and sits at the southwest corner of Boomer Lake Park, a popular year-round recreational facility for OSU students and area residents.
The park features a splash pad, playground, sunning deck, disc golf course and is surrounded by a 5K multipurpose trail that connects with other trails for a longer, scenic run or ride.
This well-maintained, three-and-a-half story, stainless steel building is located in north-central Stillwater. Until 2016, the facility served as a back-up generation plant for the City's electric utility.
The primary property is approximately 3.8 acres and zoned as P for public. The main building is 18,761 square foot, which breaks down as follows:
With the property overlooking Boomer Lake, concepts with outdoor activities are anticipated. Also, venues for unique vistas are highly encouraged.
Ideas for adaptive reuse
(buildings + adjacent properties + water area)
|Adjacent Properties||Water Area|
Combination of uses inside building
(Building can be removed)
Water Rescue Training