Commercial Development

The Roxy

Jersey City, New Jersey

Hi-Rise Apartments / Condos / Co-Ops

The Roxy, a 10-story rectangular building with stepped wings originally was part of the Jersey City Medical Center Isolation Ward. The complete internal and external gut renovation converted this 1938 historic landmark building into a 67-unit residential tower of rental apartments, condos, and co-ops. The project included the installation of 410 landmark windows and 13 landmark doors.

One Woodbridge Center

Morristown, New Jersey

In 2004, the Morris Museum acquired the world-renowned Murtogh D. Guinness Collection of mechanical musical instruments and automata. A major new wing houses a state-of-the-art, interactive exhibit of this priceless collection of more than 700 wonderfully preserved objects.

Constructed concurrently, the new main entrance wing serves much the same purpose as the glass pyramid entrance wing at the Louvre in Paris.

These two major additions are accompanied by an interior transformation of the Museum’s lobby and reception area, circulation among the various galleries and exhibits, the Museum Shop, and administrative offices.

Photo credit: Photos courtesy of RMJM