Cambria Hotel and Restaurant

Fisher Architecture was hired to provide full architectural services for this new eight and a half story, one hundred thirty-seven unit hotel on the iconic former site of the George B. Cropper Concrete Plant at the foot of the Route 50 Bridge in Ocean City, MD. Included in the plans are a rooftop bar and terrace with two hundred seventy degree views of the Ocean, Assateague Island and Assawoman Bay. There will also be a pool stretching through indoor and outdoor segments and a public-access wrap-around boardwalk along the bay to make it a pedestrian friendly destination. In the early approval stage Fisher Architecture worked with the Town to re-zone the property to accommodate this use. It was zoned industrial and had a very low density. The team also worked with OCDC to endorse an eight story building on the bay-side, which is the first to do so, bay-front, in Downtown OC.

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