Brad Burton observed construction of 10550 Westpark Drive in 1976, and for more than two decades he drove by it envisioning its potential.
The property served as administrative offices, commissary and warehouse for Los Tios Mexican Restaurants, a Tex-Mex food chain founded in 1970 by Tom and Rosemary Garbett.
To ensure uniformity in salsas and queso production, Mrs. Garbett ran a commercial kitchen at the location. She sold the chain in 2000; the commissary closed in 2006.
Burton re-purposed the 15,000 SF building into a class A office building. It was stripped down to tilt-up panels and steel. Structural reinforcement was added throughout the existing structure to modify the existing floor plan to the desired state-of-the-art layout.