East Brunswick landmark to get second life

July 15, 2016 by  

A well-known East Brunswick landmark will soon take on a new look and purpose.

The owners of two other upscale establishments in the state, Nanina’s and The Park Savoy, have undertaken the project of breathing new life into the building. Plans have been made for the East Brunswick Chateau, which is located on Cranberry Road, to be revamped and reopened as a site for weddings and luxury catering, and it will also have a fantasy garden.

Guests will be able to book the entire premises, which will include a library, a wine room, and a cocktail area, for their function. There will also be outdoors area and a heated patio. Wedding celebrations can make use of one of its wedding chapels and also the bride and grooms salons. A printer will be able to create customized presentation folders that can be used to hold brochures and other promotional materials for venues such as this.

Vito Cucci, who is the new owner, says he feels very welcomed by the township and its administration, and he has already begun to get involved in the community. He further pointed out that, as new staff will be hired, there will be an opportunity for jobseekers in the local area.

The Chateau will be able to accommodate groups of up to 400, and at least 40 weddings have already been booked. The first event will take place in March of 2017.