Mixed Use and Retail

In fast-growing regions housing, population, and employment base growth happen in urban centers and villages. Mixed-use projects allow for a variety of building types in a given area, encourage compact development, create active neighborhood centers, and provide better accessibility to transit, including bicycle and pedestrian networks. The most effective ways to embed sustainability into mixed-use projects are through design strategies, operational improvement, performance benchmarking, and cost/benefit analyses, creating communities that are vibrant and healthy centers of economic activity.

Areas of focus:

  • Working with interdisciplinary teams of owners, developers, and construction teams
  • Commercial office, housing, and retail projects
  • Technical analysis
  • Planning
  • Sustainable design and construction strategies

Recent media:
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