River Park Town Center, Building 1, Hanover, NJ
777 Terrace Avenue, Suite 607
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604
AT A GLANCE
Year founded: 1991
Number of architects or design professionals involved in commercial real estate in New Jersey: 26
Areas of expertise in real estate: Commercial, residential, mixed-use, healthcare, retail, education, municipal
DMR’s target client base is the progressive companies, people and organizations that are transforming communities, solving complex design problems and advancing and upgrading various infrastructure throughout the state, in both the public and private sector. We’ve been honored to play a role in many transformative projects, and we are always eager to build relationships that will give us the chance to exercise our creativity.
It’s the people at DMR that really sets us apart. Our professionals are extremely talented and uniquely qualified. Aside from the anticipated team of architects, planners and designers, the DMR staff is supported by professionals with backgrounds in law, municipal government, real estate, project finance, engineering, land use and marketing, all in-house. Many projects, such as the River Park Town Center, have many of these professionals providing complementary services.
However, aside from being exceedingly capable, what really sets us apart is the commitment of our team. We are committed to our clients, to overcoming the challenges necessary to make our projects a success, and to working together. With a collaborative work environment, we feel that all of our clients, regardless of who is assigned to manage day-to-day tasks, benefit from the combination of knowledge and spirit of commitment that exists within our office.
Since Blue Foundry Bank’s rebranding, DMR worked with the banking institution to design several physical branch locations to reflect their new image and their commitment to a crafted banking experience. The branches reflect the bank’s brand through an open floor plan and a more connected approach to banking, replacing physical divisions such as counters and desks with Universal Bankers. The aesthetic incorporates elements of the bank’s industrial history with exposed brick, steel, distressed wood and concrete wall panels. Design elements also include curated pieces of art, an art deco moss wall, three-dimensional logos and modern new ATM designs.