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Clarks Landing Caterers: Point Pleasant, NJ

A major addition and alteration, we took an existing restaurant, added a floor and created an elegant banquet hall.  The property is located on the Manasquan river, and the views from the second floor reception hall are amazing.  The lighthouse announces the entry, and promises an adventure within. 





























Off Shore Restaurant: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ

This well-know restaurant suffered extensive fire damage in 2002. Because the existing structure did not meet flood, accessibility, or building codes, Feltz & Frizzell Architects designed a totally new building. We expanded the facility to include a second floor banquet room and outdoor dining deck with views to the ocean, while maintaining an intimate atmosphere. It was important for the exterior to have a coastal feel, and compliment the neighborhood.
















Esplanade: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ

Part of a downtown redevelopment project meant to add businesses while keeping with the scale and feel of the surrounding buildings. This complex consists of two buildings, one one-story and one two-story, able to house 4 tenants between the two.

















The Coal House (2): Sea Girt, NJ

The second location for The Coal House was also a fit-up in an already existing complex, however we did not design the complex in which in inhabits. The space has one large dining room that can seat about 70 people, with the addition of a wrap around bar that can seat about 16. The bar wraps the large custom coal-fire oven, which is the center point of the dining room. Like the other location, the restaurant also required a station to make salads and paninis, as well as 2 waitress stations, 2 bathrooms, an area to do take out, and a large kitchen and dishwashing room in the back. Unlike the other location, this Coal House has an full wall of glass doors, which can be entirely opened up to extend the dining room outside, to a terrace that can comfortably seat about 20 people.







Point Pleasant Beach Borough Hall: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ

An addition to the existing building that added a wing to include a courthouse.





















Miscellaneous Projects
Bay Head Outfitters:
Bay Head, NJ







 

Diane Turton Realtors:
Point Pleasant, NJ







Retail Shops:
Bay Head, NJ







Bridge Plaza:
Point Pleasant, NJ
South Point Townhouses: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ

This development includes 7 luxury 3 and 4 bedroom units with a pool and cabana for residents’ use.  Built on a previously undeveloped site, the project required a zoning variance because the size of the property was below the minimum requirements.  Because the flood elevation was six feet above the grade, the project was designed as split level units to take advantage of the space below the building for garages and storage.














OceanFirst Bank: Monmouth and Ocean Counties

OceanFirst Bank has been a client since 1983 (then known as Ocean Federal Savings).  We have worked on 18 of their branches, and the scope of the projects includes:
· Interior design of existing branches
· Conversions of other uses to bank branches
· Additions
· Freestanding buildings
We developed a new prototype for the Route 37 West (shown above), Manahawkin, and Jackson branches, and updated the design for the Whiting, Little Egg, and Freehold branches. 


OceanFirst Bank has been a client since 1983 (then known as Ocean Federal Savings).  We have worked on 18 of their branches, and the scope of the projects includes:
· Interior design of existing branches
· Conversions of other uses to bank branches
· Additions
· Freestanding buildings
We developed a new prototype for the Route 37 West (shown above), Manahawkin, and Jackson branches, and updated the design for the Whiting, Little Egg, and Freehold branches. 



709 Restaurant: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ

709 is a new construction restaurant in the center of Point Pleasant Beach. It was designed to be two stories, with separate dining spaces downstairs and a large banquet hall upstairs, together able to seat around 200 people. The second floor also opens up to a large terrace which overlooks downtown Point Pleasant Beach. The restaurant is also equipped with two kitchens (one on each level), a sushi bar, and a large bar which can seat about 30 people.
















The Coal House: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ

Part of the Esplanade complex, The Coal House is a restaurant fitted to take one of the four tenant spaces within. The space was split to have to dining spaces that together can seat about 70 people, with the addition of a wrap around bar that can seat about 16. The bar wraps the large custom coal-fire oven which takes center stage in the main dining room. The restaurant also required a station to make salads and paninis, which is visible to clients right as they walk in, as well as 2 waitress stations, 2 bathrooms, an area to do take out, and a large kitchen and dishwashing room in the back.









Camp Osborn: Brick, NJ

Devastated by Superstorm Sandy, the community of Camp Osborn was facing the very real possibility that they would not be allowed to rebuild. The community started as a fishing camp and grew organically over the years to include 96 dwellings in 3 associations. AIA-NJ came in and completed an SDAT to determine possible ways to rebuild their community. This plan called for a combination of townhouses, flats, duplexes, and single family unites raised on a platform with parking below. By clustering the units in groups, we were able to replace almost every unit.








Victorian Plaza:
Point Pleasant, NJ









Forte Restaurant:
Point Pleasant, NJ







Colonial Ranch Market:
Point Pleasant, NJ