We help our clients redevelop vacant and underutilized properties such as former military facilities, brownfield sites, commercial corridors and transit station areas. We have helped craft land use policies that capture a portion of the increased value from new development in the form of community benefits, additional affordable housing and public improvements. Our work continues to demonstrate the importance of leveraging value premiums that are generated by proximity to transit, open space, walkability and other neighborhood amenities.
|Berkeley Brower Center /
|Hunters Point Shipyard||San Francisco
Transit Center District Plan
|Los Angeles Grand Avenue|
|Client: City of Berkeley||Client: San Francisco
|Client: San Francisco
of the City of Los Angeles