Nothing compares to the sense of satisfaction you feel when individuals and families move into a
new community you helped to create. It’s why we do what we do.
Here are a few of our past accomplishments as prologue.
The Park Alameda

Located a block from Alameda’s vibrant Park Street commercial district, The Park Alameda transformed a blighted transient motel on a prominent corner lot into 62-units of affordable, sustainable workforce housing.

Brian was the Development Manager from the RFP selection process through lease-up, with responsibility for acquisition due diligence, entitlements, financing and construction management.

Developed by Resources for Community Development
Avalon Bay in Hayes Valley

Once the site of on- and off-ramps for the Central Freeway crossing through San Francisco, the 182-unit mixed-use apartment community is part of the larger community revitalization and redevelopment efforts along Octavia Boulevard, in the heart of Hayes Valley.

Kim was a Consultant on the project managing the CEQA process, which resulted in achieving a Community Plan Exemption for the project.

Developed by AvalonBay Communities
Rockwell at PCH

Situated at the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway in LA’s Pacific Palisades neighborhood, the Rockwell at PCH converted an iconic, cast-in-place concrete building that had sat vacant for almost five years into 16 high-end residential condominiums with two ground floor commercial units.

Brian was a Consultant on the project from acquisition due diligence through sales.

Developed by 9 Mile Investments
Treasure Island

In the heart of the Bay, Treasure Island is one of the largest development sites in San Francisco, including 8,000 residential homes, mixed-use space for retail and commercial users and over 300 acres of public parks and open space. Over the next 20 years, the island will be transformed from a former, aging Navy base into a state-of-the-art, sustainable and walkable neighborhood.

Kim was a Consultant, on behalf of Lennar Urban, managing the entitlements, CEQA process and land transfer with the Navy.

Developed by Lennar Urban and Wilson Meany Sullivan
Wildhorse Condominiums

Located less than a mile from the UC Davis campus, the 78-unit Wildhorse Condominiums was initially approved as apartments but later re-entitled as a for-sale project, making it the first condominium development in Davis in almost 20-years.

Brian was the Development Manager on the project from the Condo Map approval through construction and sales.

Developed by Carmel Partners
Zephyr Gate at Central Station

Located within the 29-acre Central Station master plan in West Oakland, Zephyr Gate transformed a formerly contaminated and blighted truck parking lot into 130 for-sale town-homes, achieving a significant milestone for Pulte Homes, as its first Build It Green, GreenPoint Rated community.

Kim was the Development Manager from land acquisition and environmental clean-up through entitlements.

Developed by Pulte Homes
Shinsei Gardens and the Breakers

An integral component of the Alameda Naval Air Station redevelopment, Shinsei Gardens and The Breakers added 101-units of affordable housing (91 apartments and 10 for-sale duplexes) to the new 87-acre master planned Bayport neighborhood developed by Catellus Development and Warmington Homes.

Brian was the Development Manager handling acquisition, entitlements and construction.

Developed by Resources for Community Development
Orinda Grove

Located within walking distance to BART, Orinda Grove is a 73-unit mixed-use for-sale residential TOD community in the City of Orinda. After a four-year entitlement process, working closely with neighbors and community stakeholders, the project received unanimous approval from the City.

Kim was the Development Manager on the project from land acquisition through entitlements, managing all community and stakeholder outreach.

Developed by Pulte Homes