This 50,203 SF wedding banquet facility on a 10-acre river view tract in Solebury Township is designed to have two to three weddings per day, with only one wedding occurring at a time. Three levels of interior space and well planned floor programs enable staging for the next wedding and clean-up of the previous wedding while a current wedding is in-session.

The exterior features stone veneer to match the stone of the Shawver Truss Restaurant and Ely House (a bridal cottage/retreat house), which are located on the same tract of land. The facility has simulated slate shingles, standing seam or copper roof, plaster finish, drive-thru porte cochere with a 1,156 SF balcony and entry tower with a bridal balcony overlooking the porte cochere balcony. The design vernacular aspires to be seen as the main estate structure on the property, overlooking the barn and smaller guest house with a new elevated driveway approach to the facility with a water feature and outdoor gazebo The facility will compete with similar wedding facilities in the immediate area but also those located in northern New Jersey and the Hamptons.