Handel Architects design ocean club and resort at historic Asbury Park

by Andrew Manns | 19 Nov 2018

Handel Architects have released images of their latest project on the New Jersey Shore: the Asbury Ocean Club.

Developed by iStar, the new mixed-development property, which will be located in the popular Asbury Park beachfront district, will rise 16 storeys and include a 54-room hotel as well as 130 residences.

The estimated US$300m (€262m, £233m) complex – which will feature the interior design expertise of studios Anda Andrei and Bonetti/Kozerski – will also feature a number of leisure amenities and facilities, such as a 20-metre pool, 12-seat cinema, spa, yoga room, bar, terrace, and multiples lounges.

The Asbury Ocean Club will also have an on-site workout studio designed by US-based wellness and fitness consultancy, The Wright Fit.

Landscape design will be spearheaded by New York-based Cox Madison Associates.

The project, which is slated to be completed next summer, is part of 10-year initiative to revamp a 1.25-mile (2 km) stretch of the Asbury Park waterfront, a cultural hotspot which has long served as a stomping ground for a number of American rock stars and celebrities, such as Jon Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen.

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Handel Architects have released images of their latest project on the New Jersey Shore: the Asbury Ocean Club. Developed by iStar, the new mixed-development property, which will be located in the popular Asbury Park beachfront district, will rise 16 storeys and include a 54-room hotel as well as 130 residences. The estimated US$300m (€262m, £233m) complex – which will feature the interior design expertise of studios Anda Andrei and Bonetti/Kozerski
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