Sarasota Bayfront

3-Acre Waterfront Esplanade and Amphitheater. ¾ Mile Public Bay-walk and 2.5-mile Pedestrian Loop. Protection of the Existing Boat Ramps and Mangrove Wetlands. On Site Relocation of the Lawn Bowling Center. New Bayfront Aquarium and Associated Retail/Restaurants.  Moving the Public Face of Mote from City Island to the Sarasota Bayfront. New 300 Room Hotel and 60,000 SF Education and Meeting Center. New 1,600 – 1,800 Vehicle Parking Garage. Future New Cultural Arts Buildings.

Ed Smith Stadium

Hoyt Architects was the Architect of Record for the expansion of the Major League Spring Training Facilities for the Baltimore Orioles. Combining Sarasota’s rich architectural history with a classic ballpark feel, new concourses anchor the new facade which engages the street, energizing the neighborhood just outside of downtown Sarasota. Increased concessions, picnic areas, offices,and a patio area with bistro-type seating beyond the left-field wall are new amenities for the fans to enjoy.

State Street - Eating House & Cocktails

Hoyt Architects was the Architect for this interior build out. Previously a bakery, only the outer walls, ceiling, and floor remain in tact. In under 1800 sf, we were able to incorporate a full working kitchen, bar, seating for 50, a private dining room, and a glass wine cellar. By polishing the existing concrete floors and exposing the ceiling structure, the restaurant achieved a naturally rustic and warm ambiance rarely seen in Sarasota.