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Restaurant, Coldwater, MI  
Remodel of an old factory building that used to produce fishing bobbers into a restaurant. This is a challenging project. The building is in rough shape (rotting floors and caved in roof) Along with the interior a site plan is needed.
Camp Algonquin - YMCA Barry County, Hastings, MI
Jonathan Schultz was the Project Architect for the new Camp Algonquin Lodge and Office for the Barry County YMCA located on the north shore of Lake Algonquin. New building houses the Barry County YMCA offices, enlarged dining hall, boys and girls gang toilets, multi-purpose room, modern kitchen and a living quarters for the camp nurse with adjoining infirmary. Seating for 300+ in the enlarged dining hall. Lower level also serves as a storm shelter for the campers. 
COMMERCIAL PROJECTS
Even though Schultz Design specializes in Residential Architecture we also work with commercial clients in Michigan. Below is a list of commercial projects that we are working on or have worked on
Grossman Law, PLLC, Vicksburg, MI 
El Tapatio - Mexican Restaurant, Muskegon, MI
Redesign of existing front facade with larger windows and new graphics



Kalamazoo Deacons Conference - Study
Schematic study for the adaptive reuse of an old warehouse building into offices and multi use room.
New office(s) and conference room addition to a 100+ year old brick Victorian structure currently being used for an attorneys' office. Working Closely with RVanDyke Builders from Scotts, MI.



Philadelphia Romanian Church - Dinig Hall, Covert, MI  
New 2 story dining hall and recreation building. The church is located in Chicago and recently purchased property near Covert Michigan for a weekend day camp. There are a couple of small out buildings and a covered picnic shelter on the land. The church contacted Schultz Architecture to design a large dining hall that would accommodate larger groups. There was also a need for an indoor activity area in case of bad weather. With working is there budget a 30'-0"x50'-0" building was designed with an open dining hall on the main level and an open activity room on the upper level.