National Development engaged Margulies Perruzzi to provide space planning and interior design services to reposition the single user office building to meet the demands of today’s tenants.
Built in 1997, the three-story 100 Crossing Boulevard required an updated look and modern amenities to reposition it as a high-quality multi-tenant building. To create an open and brighter space upon entry, MP redesigned the two-story lobby with new lighting, flooring, and glass handrails along the stair and mezzanine.
Artwork and casual seating provide an intimate lobby nook for conversation along the window line. The updated ground floor includes a new food service area with seating, a conference center, and a fitness center with locker rooms. A re-designed landscaped front walk with new plantings and an outdoor patio with seasonal seating enhance the exterior main entrance for both tenants and visitors.
MP designed the new common-use food service area to accommodate a diverse mix of lunch choices from acclaimed local restaurants.