The Village Courtyard at Franklin Place, Summit, NJ
Our Village Courtyard at Franklin Place - a new construction, upscale community of (14) luxury townhomes is quite a success...and a sellout!
The complex is a great addition to Summit`s concept of a Transit Village, distinguished by its innovative model of mixed-use development, private residences, walkable streets and a lively downtown.
The homeowners are enjoying a unique blend of city and suburban lifestyle, just steps to commuter transportation, shops, restaurants, parks and schools. We are watching our clients appreciate their multi-faceted landscaped courtyard and the overlooking balconies, among other things.
A full-service architecture, planning and interior design firm with plenty of local expertise, Summit-based Biber Partnership has been perfectly poised for the creation and development of the Village Courtyard`s vibrant environment.
We are getting close to completion of 85,000 SF of corporate workspace inclusive of (4) entire floors for Prudential Insurance Headquarters in Newark, NJ. The project is headed by the firm`s Senior Associate Partner, Lauren Mitchell AIA and supported by the members of the Biber Partnership staff.
Throughout the entirety of the project, we have been determined to meet and exceed our valued
long-term client`s expectations by providing an office environment that is sympathetic to the users and efficient as company`s headquarters. Our solutions have been specifically tailored to the needs of every department and implemented with products and finishes designed to transform a typical office into a signature environment showcasing Prudential`s culture and brand.
Distinct spaces, such as a Working Café, a Lounge, numerous collaborative areas, allow the workspace to be more playful and friendly, while still being professional, and have a positive impact on employees` well-being, ideation and overall productivity.
The Rahway YMCA had its Grand Opening on June 8th, 2015 to reveal the renovation and expansion to the facility. The Biber Partnership designed and implemented a restoration to this facility which suffered a fire in 1983. Three floors of the facility had not been utilized since that time.
Structural and life safety upgrades as well as a complete renovation of these floors provided the Y with an additional 10,800 SF of program space. In addition, the entrance to the facility was returned to the first floor as it had been originally constructed. A new lobby allows views through to new fitness areas.
A reconfigured circulation system provided ADA access to all floors and a central vestibule connected several half levels and wings of the building. Artist lofts were built on the 3rd floor for use by community members.
The Livingston Student Center and Dining Commons was recently featured in a postcard for Consolidated Brick and Arriscraft for the use of their Arris-clip Renaissance masonry units. The details shown reflect the reveal detail that was developed by The Biber Partnership AIA in conjunction with Consolidated Brick and Arriscraft.
The Rutgers Livingston Dining Commons, Livingston Student Center and Rutgers Visitor Welcome Center are all featured in Consolidated Brick`s portfolio on their website under Rutgers University projects for the use of Arriscraft Arris-clip, Arris-tile and Adair products in both interior and exterior applications.
Livingston Dining Commons Featured in Armstrong Catalog and Website
The radial wood ceiling in the servery of the Livingston Dining Commons was featured in the 2014 Armstrong Commercial Ceiling and Wall Systems catalog. The Woodworks Radial Custom Ceiling System manufactured by Armstrong Commercial Ceilings in one of several Armstrong products used throughout the facility. Armstrong Wood Plank system was used in various other rooms in the facility and is featured on their website.