SERVICES

KELLENBERG STUDIO

Urban Planning & Design

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Kellenberg Studio is a boutique urban planning and urban design firm specializing in new communities, town centersredevelopment planning and conservation development.  Its founder, Steven Kellenberg, has experience leading projects in the US and world-wide while working for both international consulting firms and the private development community. Steven has also presented his expertise at a wide range of events some of which are listed below.

NEW COMMUNITY DESIGN

  • Global Patterns for Low Carbon Development, USGBC Greenbuild, 2009

  • Design Strategies for the Fast Growing Mature Household Market ULI Fall Conference, Las Vegas, NV, October 2007

  • Designing the Canvas CCAPA, San Jose, CA, October 2007

  • New Ideas in New Urbanism PCBC, San Francisco, CA, May 2007

  • New Communities: Mixed Use & Green/Sustainable & Profitable Spring Conference, ULI, Daybreak, South Jordan, UT April 2006

  • Town and Evolution: Trending in New Communities Real Estate Trends (ULI), Phoenix, AZ, January 2006

  • Developing Master Planned Communities: Partnering for Success, ULI, Denver Marriott Tech Center, June 2005

  • ULI Real Estate Trends, ULI, Phoenix, AZ, January 2006

  • Town and Evolution: Trending in New Communities Real Estate Trends (ULI), Phoenix, AZ, January 2006

  • Developing Master Planned Communities: Partnering for Success, ULI, Denver Marriott Tech Center, June 2005

  • Aurora Charrette Lead, Urbex, Australia, Brisbane, Australia, October2005

  • Working with the Public Sector Developing Master Plan Communities: Partnering for Success (ULI), Denver Marriott Tech Center, June2005

  • Closing Address Robert Charles Lessor Retreat, Santa Barbara, CA, September 2005

  • Land Development Delivery Systems-What’s Yours and Why? Urban Land Institute (ULI), 2004

  • "The Real Estate Development Process: Part I, ULI Conference, San Francisco, CA May 2003

  • "Developing Master-Planned Communities, ULI Conference, Scottsdale, AZ, June 2003

  • Best Management Practices: New Trends in Delivery Systems, Urban Land Institute, 2002

  • Best of Best Developing Master Planned Communities: Reinventing & Repositioning for the Future, Urban Land Institute, 2002

  • Best Management Practices Land Pricing Techniques & New Trends in Land Delivery Systems, Urban Land Institute, 2001

  • Overview & History of Master Planned Communities, Urban Land Institute, 2001

  • "Creating 21st Century Communities: Guiding Principles & Strategies from Vision to Implementation," Pacific Coast Builders Conference, 2001

  • "Design Trends for Large Scale, High-Velocity Master Planned Communities," Urban Land Institute, 2001

  • Opportunities & Pitfalls in Master Planned Communities, Pacific Coast Builders Conference, 1999

  • Traditional Neighborhood Design, Building Industry Association (BIA), Orange County

  • Pushing the Envelope on Community Character, Does it Add Value?, Urban Land Institute

  • Current Trends/New Community Design, Urban Land Institute – Florida

  • New Community Planning Process, University of California, Irvine

  • Rancho Santa Margarita, a Viable Smart Growth Model - Urban Land Institute

  • Values Oriented Research in Neighborhood Design, Urban Land Institute

TOWN CENTERS / MIXED USE REDEVELOPMENT

  • Re-imaging Public Spaces to be Purposeful Spaces, ULI-Orange County, PCBC, 2009

  • Urban Overlay Zones: A New Tool for Planning & Managing Urban Development PCBC, San Francisco, CA, June 2006

  • Working with the Public Sector Developing Master Plan Communities: Partnering for Success (ULI), Denver Marriott Tech Center, June 2005

  • Mixed-Use Core and & New Communities, ULI, Woodlands, TX, December 2005

  • Neutralizing NIMBYism: How to Gain Support for Multifamily Projects Urban Land Institute (ULI), 2004 Multifamily Trends Conference, San Francisco, CA, June 2004

  • Building Community Place & Possibility, Pacific Coast Builders Conference, 2000

  • Town Center & Mixed Use Design University of Southern California

SUSTAINABILITY

  • Developing + Investing Green: The Future is now. Are you Ready?, ULI: Developing Green, 2009

  • Make the Smart Moves First, AIA, 2009

  • Keynote Address, Florida Green Building Coalition- Green Development Conference, 2009

  • Keynote Address Low Carbon, Low Water Communities in a Recovering World Market Greenbuild South Asia, Singapore, 2009

  • Global Patterns for Low Carbon Development, USGBC Greenbuild, 2009

  • Low Carbon, Low Water Communities in a Recovering World Market, Keynote Address Greenbuild South Asia, 2009

  • Creating Sustainable Communities: Strategies for Succeeding in Florida’s Unique Environment, ULI Orlando, 2008

  • Water: The New Development Constraint, ULI Fall Meeting, 2008

  • Sustainable Site Planning and Implementation Strategies ECOBuild America, Anaheim, CA, May 2007

  • Nurturing Growth in a Climate Changing Environment, ULI Orange County, 2007

  • Integrated Design and Technology, Construction and Occupancy Municipal Green Building Conference, Tom Bradley Green Technology Institute, Downey, CA, April 2007

  • The Green Scene Doesn’t Have to be Mean APA, Garden Grove, CA, October 2007

  • Sustainable Site Planning and Implementation Strategies ECOBuild America, Anaheim, CA, May 2007

  • Formation of a Green Community San Diego Green 2006, AIA, San Diego, September 2006

  • Urban Overlay Zones: A New Tool for Planning & Managing Urban Development PCBC, San Francisco, CA, June 2006

  • New Communities: Mixed Use & Green/Sustainable & Profitable Spring Conference, ULI, Daybreak, South Jordan, UT April 2006

  • Creating & Implementing a Sustainable Development Program, ULI Policy Forum Developing Sustainable Communities, Washington, DC, March 2005

  • Making Green Make Sense: Market-Driven Approaches to Planning & Developing Sustainable Communities, Greenbuild, Portland, OR, November 2004

  • Shades of Green: High Performance New Communities What Works and What Doesn’t, Greenprints 2004: Sustainable Communities by Design Conference + Trade Show, Atlanta, GA, March 2004

  • Land Development Delivery Systems-What’s Yours and Why? Urban Land Institute (ULI),2004 ULI Spring Council Forum, New Orleans, LA, May 2004

  • The Nuts and Bolts of Green Community Development Urban Land Institute (ULI), 2004

  • Green Communities Panel, Pacific Coast Builders™ Conference (PCBC), San Francisco, CA, June 2004

  • Shades of Green: High Performance New Communities What Works and What Doesn’t, Greenprints 2004: Sustainable Communities by Design Conference + Trade Show, Atlanta, GA, March 2004

  • The Cost of Green, Speaker, California Chapter American Planning Association (CCAPA), Palm Springs, CA, October 2004
    "Bottom Line of Green Building OR/WA APA Conference, Portland Oregon, October 2004

  • Green Goes Mainstream- A Trend with Staying Power, UCLA Extension Land Use Law and Planning Conference, Los Angeles, CA, January, 2004

  •  "Sustainable Development: Myths and Realities, ULI Las Vegas District Council Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, June 2003

  • Green Communities and Terramor, BIA Orange County Green Building Meeting, Irvine, CA, October 2003

  • "Cost/Benefit Analysis of Sustainable Development, ULI Trends Conference, Denver, CO, September 2003

  • "Orange County Builders Going Green, 2003 Pacific Coast Builders Conference, San Francisco, CA, June 2003

LECTURES + INSTRUCTION

  • Associate Professor, University of Southern California, Masters of Real Estate Program

  • Guest Lecturer and Critic, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design

  • Guest Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley

  • Guest Lecturer, University of California, Irvine