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GMA Architects & Planners completes Deep Lagoon Seafood at Casey Key

GMA Architects & Planners has completed design work for Deep Lagoon Seafood Restaurant & Market in Osprey, Florida.

The new two-story, 9,964-square-foot restaurant is a translation of the new standards established for the rapidly developing regional venture.

Located at 482 Blackburn Point Road, the building’s exterior is concrete masonry unit (CMU) and stucco with a stone wainscot on the exterior columns. Standing seam metal roof panels, canvas-style canopies, a wood ceiling on the balconies and a fantastic bay view over the mangroves complete the trademark look that identifies the brand.

In keeping with the nautical theme, the interior features rough-sawn shiplap wainscoting, blue stain polished concrete flooring, exposed tongue and groove ceilings, sound baffles and custom-designed bar and tabletops. Mounted game fish and other ocean-themed art and pictures, along with living aquariums, complete the beach vibe illusion. 

The restaurant features freshly caught local and regional seafood in a sophisticated yet relaxed “fish house” motif. Fresh seafood is prominently displayed and is available for “choose your catch” or to purchase for those who prefer to prepare it at home.

About GMA Architects & Planners

Since 1981, GMA Architects has been Southwest Florida’s leading architectural design firm. Earning recognition from the American Institute of Architects-Florida Southwest, Florida Home Builders Association and the Lee Building Industry Association, the firm has provided award-winning architectural and interior design services for a broad range of clients in the public and private sectors, including several leading area developers. For more information, call 239-275-0225 or visit www.GMAarchitect.com.

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