TOWN CENTER

PROJECT SAMPLES

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Town Centers

Real towns have centers of activity, commerce, culture and social gathering.  A key ingredient to countering so-called suburban sprawl is the creation of cores of density and services that provide a less auto-oriented environment with the opportunity for more tight-knit, walkable living.  Town centers and urban cores in suburban locations are challenging in that land values don't often support the building and parking solutions required to create a quasi-urban environment.  Strong knowledge of building typologies, shared-parking methodologies and the challenges of mixed use are needed to design competent town centers and mixed-use suburban cores.  

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Valencia Town Center

70-acre mixed-use “Main Street” concept including 300,000 square feet of office, entertainment, restaurant and retail components

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The Preserve Town Center

The Preserve helped redefine Master Planned Community character for the Inland Empire. By blending principles of New Urbanism with the demands of high-velocity, merchant builder delivery systems, a hybrid Neighborhood Crafted community character resulted. 

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Rancho Santa Margarita Town Center

Project Planner for the 5,000-acre master plan for a mixed-use, 16,000 dwelling smart growth 

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Vistancia Town Center

450-acre mixed-use concept including retail, office, hotel, 21 screen cinema and health club

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