LIFESTYLE PROJECTS


Piadina Café & Coffee Bar



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Size: 1,600 SF

Client:  Piadina Café

Location:  Boston, Massachusetts


SNCG designed the prototype for the Piadina Café and Coffee Bar, a new value, fast casual restaurant, and completed construction on the first unit in Boston in 2014.  Designed to be an easy entry franchise, the restaurant specializes in fresh ingredients in a light sandwich format with heated items only.  The café extends its operating hours by having a separate full service coffee bar.  The design has a warmer feel than most fast food outlets to set the brand apart and encourage people to stay.  The existing building structure was left exposed and fixtures are used to create the atmosphere allowing the look to be easily duplicated.


Fit Factory


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Size:  25,000 SF

Client:  Gadles Development

Locations:  Kingston, Foxborough, North Attleboro, Massachusetts


From a juice bar to yoga, stadium cardio, and crossfit training,  Fit Factory contains the entire range of fitness lifestyle activities.     Working closely with the Owner to hone the prototype, SNCG worked through the space and operational requirements while  creating a clean design, bright that is easily maintained.  The Kingston location has exceeded all expectations, quickly becoming one of the biggest traffic generators in the area.


In The Game


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Size: 30,000 SF

Client: Family Entertainment Group

Location: Peabody, MA


Working with Dynamic Designs, we are currently developing a prototype for a 30,000 SF family entertainment center in Peabody, MA.  With a wide variety of activities including bowling, games, laser tag and glow golf, this all-ages concept also provides restaurant and lounge areas for older customers.  Expected opening Spring 2018.


Wolfgang Puck Grand Café


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Size:  18,000 SF
Client:  Wolfgang Puck Food Company
Location:  Disney Springs, Lake Buena Vista, FL


As part of Downtown Disney, a two level multi-concept Wolfgang Puck restaurant was added at center court.  Starting from a very functional kitchen design and working out, casual dining, fine dining, raw bar and take away concepts were integrated and spill out into the dining with exhibition kitchens and CC TVs.  All fixtures and furnishings were custom designed and built to enhance the overall experience, and at this location the ‘too much is not enough’ aesthetic.  This was one of the many cafe concepts completed for Wolfgang Puck Food Company and one of the few tenants to remain after the rebranding of Downtown Disney to Disney Springs


Provisions


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Size: Prototypes ranged from 12,000 SF to 32,000 SF
Client: Provisions Management Group
Location:  Various



Provisions Food Hall and Provisions Marketplace are exciting and engaging food-focused, chef-driven dining and shopping experiences.  Modeled after the great food halls of Europe, they combine an upscale dining experience and food emporium featuring a collection of the best-in-class purveyors of fresh and internationally sourced products with programming and events designed to create an energetic urban place. Provisions Food Hall is focused on urban mixed-use locations and prepared food, and Provisions Marketplace expands the fresh and unprocessed offerings.


Fruitata


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Size:  300 SF
Client:  Fruitata
Location:  Prudential Center, Boston, MA


Fruitata is a prototype macrobiotic Juice Bar concept featuring made-to-order juice and smoothies in a kiosk.   Working closely with the Owner we utilized design to solve the space, health, and storagerequirements, while maintaining the design concept and fresh ingredient presentation required for success.    Working on a compressed time-line, the kiosk was operating in six weeks.