The newly opened “Vyne Restaurant” is just one of three of the exciting new off-site venues that are part of the Tranquillity Estates portfolio, each having re-invented the “country chic” dining and retail experience.  These new destination venues can be found in the tranquil setting of a beautifully detailed French Provincial building, where Tobin Parnes Design re-designed the building’s interior to be sophisticated, elegant and relaxed all-in-one. With features like white pickled wood walls, muted merlot color blends, a Green Garden Wall feature, a custom Sicis mosaic “vyne” wall;  and an open “display kitchen”, equipped with a beautiful tile-clad wood pizza oven, there is much to see.

 TPD celebrates vino and gastronomy with this new restaurant design with the open kitchen at the chef’s counter eating bar, custom designed cable wine display and decorative metallic “vyne” inspired panels that help to create a more intimate dining experience. Dark stained wood flooring in the upper bar transitions to large format neutral grey tiles resembling a topographic landscape where one will also find a “floral” carpet tile field in which to dine and relax to enjoy the adventurous Vyne menu.  Decorative linear globe fixtures above the upper drinking bar and custom light fixtures randomly crisscross above the lower dining area while multi functioning backlit acoustic panels sit above within each coffer, the lighting is integral to the design, helping to create a unique and multi-layered dining experience.


The Executive Center at 600 Lexington Avenue in Midtown Manhattan will be an upscale, multi-use space for tenants to host large groups of people whether for board meetings, large presentations, or other special events. This functional shared space encourages collaboration, innovation, and community within the building and allows for companies to have the ability to host larger groups of people outside of their own office. With high-end finishes and wide variety of materials, Tobin Parnes Design gave the space a luxurious and more hospitality feel. An area with soft seating, custom millwork, and low ceiling creates a more intimate sense upon entry. The conference room area features a large table with the ability to seat over 18 people, as well as a high-tech AV system inclusive of multiple TV monitors and video conferencing.

The Executive Center is expected to be opening its doors in Fall 2018.


Designed as an upscale building amenity, the new Fitness Suite at 600 Lexington Avenue in Midtown Manhattan will offer a state-of the art gym, yoga studio with barre and spa-like locker rooms to its tenants. Envisioned as a retreat from busy city life and inspired by nature, the new gym aspires to motivate with a drastic change of scenery from the regular day at the office. The luxurious, sophisticated finishes throughout the space provide an immersive environment of serenity and sensuality. Tobin Parnes dedicated goal for this project was to create an oasis of wellness for all senses.  


The Fitness Suite is expected to be opening its doors by the end of 2018.