Rotwein Blake Architects in Livingston, NJ
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10 Sylvan Way

A major transformation with a minimal impact to the existing structure, the design enlivens the office park setting with a unique property worthy of a new headquarters. Rotwein+Blake proposed to strip the 30 year old exterior cladding and sculpt a dramatic three story entry volume punctuated with grand woods blades that diffuse light and create […]


LifeTown is a re-use of a vacant industrial building that will be transformed into a multi-faceted specialized facility serving special needs children and the greater community at large.  The main focus of the building, a 11,000 square foot town center called “LifeTown” a replication of a real downtown village, will teach special needs children life […]

NAI James E. Hanson

Shortly after NAI James E. Hanson, a prominent full service commercial real estate services firm, moved into their newly renovated adaptive reuse, at a vacant warehouse building in Teterboro, New Jersey, they realized almost immediately that the design of the facility achieved exactly what they had hoped for, a seismic shift in the firm’s culture. […]

River | Centre

Rotwein+Blake was tapped to transform the 4-building complex at River | Centre in Red Bank, as part of Mack-Cali Realty Corporation’s $50 million campaign to upgrade and reposition their suburban office portfolio assets. The recently completed redesign of  River | Centre included the enhancement and modernization of entryways, lobbies and common areas for buildings 1, […]

50 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue

Home to Sterling Properties new headquarters, this adaptive re-use project was a complete renovation/restoration of a neglected 3-story building located in the center of Livingston. The new 21st century office has a cool industrial vibe with full height office fronts, high ceilings and exposed duct work, steel, brick and rustic barn wood.

Tampa Times

Tampa Times underwent a major building repositioning with capital improvements to the lobby and the addition of a new grab and go café. This major makeover brings a dark and dated building into the light with a fresh new vibe.

Mt. Pleasant Medical Plaza

“Rotwein+Blake craft a well thought out plan to transform a empty eyesore into a highly functional medial complex”. A former pharma  R&D facility constructed over the span of five decades presented numerous challenges in adapting to a medical complex. The enormous foot print, environmental issues, floor to floor connectivity and existing lack of parking were […]

Frisch School

A former corporate facility became the site of the new Frisch School, a yeshiva for grades 9 – 12.  The challenge and task for Rotwein+Blake was to design a world-class institute of learning. The building and site were completely repurposed for the new use.  Additions for the gymnasium, cafeteria, and main entrance, as well as […]