Summit makes front page news with work on Annelore's German Bakery in Cary, N.C.

September 07, 2012 at 10:37 AM


HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. - Summit Design and Engineering Services made the front page of The Cary News for its work on Annelore's German Bakery, which will be located in Cary, N.C. pending site plan approvals from the town. Summit's architecture, land development and survey departments have all worked on this project so far.

Annelores_Bakery.PNGThe article, "Annelore's German Bakery plans downtown Cary headquarters," was published on August 14, 2012. To view the article online, visit

The 7,000-square-foot building to be located on West Chatham Street, will infuse bakery, retail and business operations with the existing 3,600-square-foot base building. This building will be enhanced with a strategically-located two-story sales floor lobby containing a pastry display, seating area, retail space and lofted office overlook to maximize natural lighting. Solar fins and light shelves on the building's exterior help bring in, yet control, natural light.

This proposed solid stone and masonry building, going for LEED Certification, was designed to fulfill the clients' wishes in creating a timeless design to reflect their new beginnings in America as well as their German traditions. The second floor contains offices and a living space for visiting European apprentices/pastry chefs.

Media Contact:
Kelly O'Dell
Marketing Intern 
Summit Design and Engineering Services, PLLC

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