From high rises to transit-oriented developments, Hoboken firm has done it all since 1981
Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects, one of the state’s premier architectural firms, specializing in mixed-use developments for more than 40 years, has no plans to change the way it does business. It will just do it under a new name.
The firm, building on its substantial accomplishments with an eye to the future, will now do business as MHS Architecture.
Founding Principal Dean Marchetto said the name change reflects the subtle change in the way the Hoboken-firm operates.
Established in 1981, the firm has grown to more than 40 architects, amassing an award-winning portfolio along the way that reflects its expertise in planning, urban design and strategic consulting.
While the firm has long been deeply rooted in transit-oriented projects, smart growth developments and town centers for such high-profile clients as Russo Development, Hartz Mountain Industries, Mill Creek, Toll Bros. City Living and KRE Group, MHS has also been at the forefront of a new crop of high-rise buildings that are elevating New Jersey’s skylines to new heights.