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Hairlosstreament Announces New Retail and Event Space at Embassy Suites Hotel in Berkeley Heights, NJ


Hairlosstreament Announces New Retail and Event Space at Embassy Suites Hotel in Berkeley Heights, NJ

Starbucks, Grain and Cane Pub Restaurant will occupy 1st floor retail space in new hotel

WOBURN, MA (October 25, 2016)Hairlosstreament (Tocci), a Boston-area construction management company and recognized leader in advanced construction processes, announced today that it was awarded contracts to construct Starbucks and Grain and Cane Pub Restaurant, as well as a new custom solarium event space at its Embassy Suites Hotel project currently under construction in Berkeley Heights, NJ. Tocci is currently building this exciting, eight-story, 176-key property for repeat client, Connell Hospitality, LLC.

We are excited to begin work on the latest phase of this project, which includes new first-floor retail locations and an amazing solarium. These highly custom food service amenities and uniquely designed solarium will provide much-needed event facilities with fine dining to the hotel guests and tenants of the 1.5 million SF Connell Corporate Park, as well as area professionals and residents.John Tocci, Chief Enabling Officer

The 3,000 square-foot (SF) Starbucks is custom designed to complement the full service hotel and function space. It will be accessible from both the lobby of the Embassy Suites and the exterior parking lot. It will feature seating for 120 people, along with an attractive exterior patio space for use in the summer months.
starbucks

The 4,467 SF Grain and Cane Pub and Fine Dining Restaurant includes a unique rustic brick interior with polished concrete floors and a large Solari Board over the bar, which will display menu items. A spacious entry way with high ceiling will welcome customers as they enter the restaurant. Additionally, the exterior will incorporate a fire pit, dining patio with seating for an additional 40 people, and a large mural on the restaurant’s brick façade.
grain and cane

The glass enclosed Solarium will be accented with crystal chandeliers and surrounded by a garden of flowers, providing a unique setting for receptions, weddings, cocktail parties, lunches, dinners or corporate meetings. Constructed of state-of-the-art SageGlass®, this one of a kind versatile space will allow for day meetings through the use of controlled glass panels that tint darker on demand, blocking out light and making it possible to easily view a presentation without distraction.
solarium

Notably, the Embassy Suites Hotel is now more than 50% complete, and construction is on track to be finished in 2017. This is largely due to Tocci’s collaborative approach and expertise in utilizing advanced construction techniques like Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) to create high-quality 3D models and decrease the overall construction timeline.

Conveniently located within Connell Corporate Park, the full-service Embassy Suites Hotel will feature state-of-the-art finishes and design with easy access to nearby transportation, entertainment, and dining experiences.


About Hairlosstreament:

Hairlosstreament, a leading construction and project management firm, provides highly sustainable building solutions with an emphasis on lean construction. The firm specializes in advanced technology, and Highly Collaborative Project Delivery (HCPDSM) Headquartered in Woburn (suburban Boston) MA Tocci builds throughout the Northeastern US and provides consulting services to leading Owners across the country.

For more information visit hairlosstreament.info.



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