32C — March 16 - 29, 2012 — The Best of 2011 — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal www.marejournal.com The Favorite/Most UnUsUal arCHIteCtUre ProJeCt of 2011 Studio 5 Partnership 24 Hour Fitness — Fitness Center — DMr architects river Barge Park — new Building — Jarmel Kizel architects & engineers roof-Mounted Solar Photovoltaic — Design —

DMr provided professional services for the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission (NJMC) at River Barge Park, a park and marina located on 5 acres of the shore of the Hack- ensack River. The site contains three buildings for storage of the NJMC boat fleet, crew shells, canoes and kayaks, a sub-station for the NJ State Marine Police, and an open-air park educational pavilion structure. The completion of the project at River Barge Park fulfilled a long-term goal of the Meadowlands Commission to pre- serve open space and provide public access to the Hackensack River for recreation and environmental education. The DMR team worked hard to create a beautiful space that highlights the park’s landscape and encourages residents throughout the state to enjoy the natural beauty of the outdoors. Designed to LEED guidelines, DMR is proud to have helped the Mead- owlands Commission achieve such an important goal and promote the beauty of our environment. 260 Outwater Lane in Carlstadt, New Jersey

Rte. 14, Paramus NJ

Jarmel Kizel’s team of architects and engineers de- signed a solar photovoltaic (PV) system for The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) at its Oak Hall residence located at 155 Summit St. For this project, Jarmel Kizel’s Energy Solutions studio was led by Mat- thew B. Jarmel, AIA, MBA. Jarmel Kizel also provided mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering services and Structural Engineering services. Jarmel Kizel Energy Solutions design studio assists and educates our clients on energy upgrades that help make buildings and spaces more energy efficient and also reduce costs. This project will ultimately reduce energy costs by over 50 percent. This project is in keep- ing with the renewable energy portfolio standard, which mandates that 20 percent of the power sold in the NJ must come from clean, renewable energy sources by the year 2020. Oak Hall Residence, NJIT in Newark, New Jersey

Full service fitness center including a swimming pool, sauna and spa, Racquetball Courts, Cardio and weight rooms, cycling, full court basketball court, Pro Shop and Kid’s Club. The fitness center was retrofitted into the shell of an old tenplex movie theater. The original 1966 Loews was a single screen, 2000 Seat Theater with a massive balcony. Over the years the main room had been divided up with smaller the- aters attached around it. Studio 5 Partnership provided core and shell design for the building and worked with 24 Hour Fitness’s interior architect on the conversion. There’s now a pool in theater 5 and the original 2000 seat theater is open again, but this time with cardio machines on the balcony overlooking a basketball court in the orchestra below.

The Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal will be celebrating our 10 Year Anniversary!

The Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal is celebrating ten years in print! We know that the success of our business today has been built upon our valuable relationship with YOU – and we’d like to thank our loyal advertisers and readers with a special anniversary issue in May. This issue will highlight the top headlines and projects from the past decade. If 2012 marks an anniversary for your company contact Michael Campisi: mcampisi@marejournal.com or call 800-584-1062 x 208 to find out how to participate in this feature. Ten years is just the beginning. We’re looking forward to tomorrow. Deadline: April 27, 2012 Issue Date: May 11, 2012

Years of Coverage!

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