Gourmet markets are coming way of the traditional grocery store concept and brand, providing a niche market for various user groups within a given urban location. Allowing the opportunity to shop for quick groceries and ingredients after work for a nice dinner that night or buy pre-made dinners to enjoy more time with family, providing options for busy families or young professionals are the factors that have created a successful gourmet market business model. Joseph’s Classic Market, an Italian-based, family-owned gourmet market with locations in Boca Raton, FL, Palm Beach Gardens, FL, and future location in Delray Beach, FL, has marketed a name for itself among the list. Having similar qualities to a grocery store, carry-out restaurant, and dine-in restaurant all into one design and concept, their reach continues to expand as they seek more locations along the Eastern coast of Florida with larger spaces to bolster more customers.Due to their limited size at their current location in Boca Raton, FL, Simon Property Group hired Paul I. Cripe, Inc., d/b/a Cripe, to provide a new exterior design and full tenant build-out architectural services for a new Joseph’s Classic Market location at their Town Center at Boca Raton mall to offer further diversity to their tenant lineup. The scope was to combine two existing retail spaces into one large retail space for Joseph’s Classic Market new location. Not only did this include a new interior layout from two existing spaces into one large new space, a new exterior façade design was required to marry the two different existing tenant façade schemes into one new wholistic design. More detailed architectural services for Joseph’s Classic Market exterior design and build-out included exterior schematic façade design schemes, material and finish selection, programming with Joseph’s Classic Market owner and key personnel, interior layout coordination and design with various consultants and tenant vendors, detail logistics, equipment planning, and pre-deal site and facility research for feasibility assessments.