At Gainesville Lighting, we love nothing more than the challenge of creating unique lighting environments for our clients – both residential and commercial. No matter the situation or setting, we endeavor to respond to that challenge.
During these trying times, many visionary entrepreneurs have seized the opportunity to take an innovative and refreshing look at what this community will be in the coming months. These innovators in hospitality are preparing all of us to let the good times roll.
That means the Gainesville area will see a whole new world of entertainment and hospitality.
Thanks to the vision of these forward-thinking entrepreneurs, Gainesville Lighting is involved in the design of some of the most exciting growth this area has seen.
Gainesville’s new look includes renovations of the old and construction of the new.
And the fun doesn’t stop there. In addition to the event facilities, restaurants, theaters and hotels, cutting-edge condos, townhomes, retail and other residential beckon your call.
Much of our activity has been focused in Celebration Pointe. There, we are part of the design of a unique shopping and dining experience. This will include Spurrier’s Gridiron Grill, Prime and Pearl, Sensei Asian Bistro, The Keys Grill & Piano Bar, Le Macaron French Pastries and much, much more.
Out in the Town of Tioga, don’t miss Local Provisions restaurant. Inside and out, the lighting and fans set the mood for a fun place.
When the Hippodrome reopens, brace yourself for lighting technologies that juxtapose the old and the new. The brainchild of architect Andy Kaplan, the new design is clean and functional. Whether you’re in the bar, lounge or galleries, the lighting we manufactured is true to Andy’s vision.
If you’re driving on Main Street in downtown Gainesville, you have to book a date at Keith Perry’s renovation of the old Masonic Temple. Keith wanted flexibility. While both elegant and homey, he wanted a feel appropriate to any event. My favorite rooms are the bridal and groom dressing areas. Book any kind of social or business event now. I assure you; their calendar is going to fill up.
Last but not least, make a trip to Magnolia Parke on Northwest 39th Avenue. There’s a clean and sophisticated look at Ichiban Sushi. This modern design is the best of both worlds. Organic, I think, describes both the lighting and cuisine. And if you haven’t traveled to Magnolia Parke in the evening, you should. That’s the best time to get the full impact of the lighting.
As we enter a new year, a whole new Gainesville awaits you. We’re thrilled that Gainesville Lighting has been, and continues to be, a part of making it all happen.