Millennium Colonial Building

Mount Holly

To coincide with the new millennium, in 1999 RYEBREAD Architects constructed our “world headquarters” at the symbolic gateway to historic Mount Holly, NJ. The site is an ecotone, straddling both commercial and residential environments. Likewise, the building is an example of Smart Growth, housing both workplace and residence.

RYEBREAD calls the style “Millennium Colonial”, reflecting both the heritage of traditional architecture, and the optimism of modern design. The building is a metaphor for what our firm is bringing to the county seat: vibrant business going on within an historic shell.

The process of developing our building gives the firm added hands-on skills in project budget and schedule control. RYEBREAD offers this intensive personal and professional experience to our Clients to aid them from project inception through to occupancy and beyond.

Completion: 1999
Client: Millennium Colonial Building, LLC
RYEBREAD Project Manager: Regan Young
Civil Engineer: William Nicholson; Mt Laurel, NJ
General Contractor: James Cordwell, II; Springfield, NJ