Mancini Duffy, a 105-year-old tech-driven architecture and design firm based in New York City, is thrilled to open a regional office at the Anderson Building (200 Monmouth Street) in Red Bank, NJ, at the end of October.
The Red Bank location will be Mancini’s third office (the firm has an office located in Millburn, NJ). The new office has a large terrace and a capacity of 12 employees.
Mancini’s Christian Giordano (president and co-owner) and Scott Harrell (principal and co-owner) are lifelong Monmouth County residents living in Lincroft and Aberdeen, respectively. They and their business partners are excited to be part of the redevelopment of the west side of Red Bank’s cultural Arts & Antique District.
“As there has been migration out of New York City, more company leaders who reside in Monmouth County realize their company can be here, too, to cater to their existing local clients. It is essential to be nearby to foster relationships to fuel our growth,” says Christian Giordano. “Right now,it’s the busiest Mancini has ever been with projects in New Jersey. In some respects, the focus of our projects has shifted from larger corporate headquarters to more regional offices and specialty buildings and interiors.”
“I see tremendous opportunity for Mancini to expand throughout New Jersey. Industrial warehousing is a booming market sector with millions of square feet currently available to be developed, and to be part of that growth would be fantastic,” says Scott Harrell. “The wave of the future in the built world is distribution centers and warehousing – I also foresee mixed-use projects becoming a significant opportunity for growth, including the master plans at Fort Monmouth, The Monmouth Mall, etc.”
Mancini has worked with numerous companies in New Jersey, including Bell Works, Commvault, Mars Wrigley, Jersey Central Power & Light, Guardian Life Insurance, Saxum Real Estate, Acacia, Breakwater Treatment & Wellness, and The Vault.
Metrovation redeveloped the historic four-story Anderson Building, a 1920’s warehouse located across from the Red Bank train station. Mancini will join other notable tenants of the Anderson Building like Sickles Market, Lambs & Wolves, Booskerdoo Coffee & Baking Co., and Salt Design Company.
Mancini stands out as a technology-first design firm specializing in architecture, interiors, and planning of the built environment. With more than 75 employees in New York City and New Jersey, Mancini builds on over a hundred years of expertise with a contemporary, entrepreneurial spirit. The firm is dedicated to leveraging technology that enhances the design solutions we deliver to our clients’ toughest challenges. Its designers push the boundaries of design and technology in the dedicated Design Lab, which serves as the in-house incubator for their natural curiosities.