Retail Design
Whether you sell diamond rings, guitars, or cars; Cityscape will create a dynamic retail environment for you and your customers.
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  • Cat CoraCat Cora’s Taproom is a sophisticated culinary experience that uses fresh and organic ingredients to create its unique and delectable dishes. Cityscape provided the construction documents for this H2G designed space.
  • Rita's Italian IceCityscape created the schematic design through construction documents for this space.
  • Cafe11 | Manhattan Auto GroupA major goal of the Manhattan Auto renovation was the creation of a more customer friendly environment. A core component is the customer café. This two story space offers spectacular views of 11th avenue. The café is licensed through Starbucks Coffee and serves beverages and light breakfast and lunch fare. During special events, this facility doubles as a cocktail and hors d’oeuvre bar. Adjacent to the café is a concealed food preparation and catered food staging area. The décor is an extension of the main circulation core; enhanced with cantilevered specialty lighting and cable suspended glass tables.
  • TasCafe | Tasca AutomotiveThis 2nd floor cafe provides food for customers and employees of the 68,000 sf facility.
  • Cityscape ArchitectsThis 3,000 square-foot space was created to house our growing firm and showcase our focus on delivering specialty retail design spaces. Richly outfitted with a natural color palette, the space includes executive offices, a conference room, open work groups, a small eating nook, and an extensive materials library.
  • Harley DavidsonThis Wolverine Harley-Davidson dealership is one of the ten largest in the nation. Ranked number one in the U.S. for sales and service, this 42,000 square-foot, two-story dealership pays homage to the original factory design from the early 1900’s. Special features include a motorized bike display/lift and a mezzanine ‘gallery’ displaying some of Harley’s finest. The Wolverine Den, located on the second floor, is a step up from the typical customer lounge and brings a clean, traditional flair to an otherwise industrial facility.
  • Salon PoshCityscape created the construction documents for this interior build out in 2007. This high end salon provides bright illumination in the work spaces, and professional make-up counter. The unique red and white brand colored fixtures stand in contrast to the dark floor and ceiling to complete this dramatic retail environment.
  • Saline ShoppingCityscape transformed this 40 year old local retail shopping center into viable leasing property using a restricted budget. By creating a New England ‘Cape Cod’ architectural character, the facility gained village approval and allowed the owner to completely lease out his tenant spaces.
  • Retail StorefrontsCityscape has completed several high end retail shops at the exclusive Somerset Collection South. Along with producing Paradise Pen, the St. Croix shop, North Beach Leathers, St. John’s Boutique, and Lladró Ceramics; we helped develop the first MAC Cosmetics USA prototype.
  • Cafes | Principal Project PortfolioSummit Place Mall’s “Picnic” food court features a variety of fourteen restaurants in the center of a 300,000 square-foot regional shopping mall. The food court provides mall patrons with a playful and festive environment to relax and enjoy their dining experience. The $1.4 million renovation of the 1973 Somerset Mall included: Cafe Jardin in the central court, new ceiling treatments, and a new main mall entryway with landscaping.
  • Fairlane Green StudiesCityscape and Ford Land collaborated with Rogvoy Associates to develop the Fairlane Green Phase II shopping center. Phase I of the Fairlane Green Shopping center is a Leeds certified award winning ‘green’ design. For each of the major anchor stores, Cityscape developed front facade designs consistent with Frank Lloyd Wright’s prairie style architecture.
  • Somerset Collection South | Principal Project PortfolioThe $1.4 million renovation of the 1973 Somerset Mall included: Cafe Jardin in the central court, new ceiling treatments, and a new main mall entryway with landscaping.
  • Somerset Inn | Principal Project PortfolioA 1984 renovation of this 1970’s thirteen-story hotel included a complete remodel of the first story exterior, a new Porte Cochere, lobby, restrooms, and two new restaurants.
  • Laurel Park Place | Principal Project PortfolioCityscape Architects, Inc. is a corporate recommended architect for the Domino’s Pizza Theater build-out and reimage program.
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