A work in progress rendering and floor plans show our vision for the new Senior & Scout Community Center.
We have retained the services of Louie Tomaro, AIA. Tomaro Design Group is a well-recognized Manhattan Beach architectural firm noted for maintaining the highest standard of excellence in design and construction.
Employing the latest in innovation and technology, the new Community Center will provide 7,000 square feet which will fulfill the needs of the community. Specifics include:
Large central meeting space and breakout rooms
Multiple rooms for expanded activities and programs
Courtyard with outdoor flag pole, fire pit and amphitheater
Craft and construction project areas
Dedicated space for seniors’ lounge and computers
Commercial and demonstration kitchen
Storage spaces for regular user groups
Display cases for historical displays and awards
Central heat and air conditioning
Wi-Fi and technology enabled
New furnishings and portable stage
Additionally, the building will maximize indoor/outdoor space. The doors depicted in the front of the rendering will open up to a courtyard with a fire pit, barbecue area and amphitheater.
And finally, there has been a conscious effort to pay homage to the history and heritage of the original Scout House. The interior paneling, original signage and existing flagstone will all be re-purposed and utilized in unique and interesting ways in the newly built structure.
We are confident that this state of the art structure will be a look to the future while embracing our past, and will serve our community for many years to come.