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Greenspot Ranch Planned Community

Master-Planned Residential Community.  A 1,046-acre planned community featuring 3,200 units of single family, condominium, and detached residential, commercial and 27 hole golf.

 

Ultimately purchased by Landmark Land Co., a New Orleans land developer.

 

Originally called the East San Bernardino County Water District, the name was changed to East Valley Water District in 1982. An annexation in September 2000 increased the District’s service area by 3,228 acres and included the Greenspot Ranch Area.

 

Cornell Gates Wellness District

Initial business plan conceptual work for planned wellness district in Markham (metropolitan Toronto), Canada.

 

Cornell Gates is a 20-acre master-planned mixed-use community to be developed in the rapidly growing Town of Markham in Greater Toronto. The project and Markham community are part of burgeoning urban growth underway in Greater Toronto, directly in the region’s direction of growth. The Toronto market has been largely unaffected by the world’s economic crisis, due to a local economy based on high-tech jobs growth and continued influx of new immigrants to Canada.

 

The project site enjoys excellent access to and from regional highway routes and public transit system, and just ten minutes from rail access to Downtown Toronto. The Cornell Gates community will be situated immediately adjacent to Markham Stouffville Hospital, a billion-dollar health care facility preparing to double its facilities by 2014 to serve local residents of more than 300,000.

 

Cornell Gates is part of an area Secondary Plan that sets the foundation for a major regional center at this location.

 

Pleasant View Planned Golf Community

CUNA Mutual   |   Master-planned community with golf course.  Market study, housing product evaluation, and financial projections, along with master plan for residential golf community in Middleton (Madison), Wisconsin.

 

Pleasant View Golf Community was a planned joint venture of two of Wisconsin’s leading financial services organizations. At build-out the master-planned golf community would include 1,300 residential units and an 18-hole championship-calibre golf course. Initial golf course routing was completed by Jack Nicklaus Design for integration with overall land development planning.

 

A business plan for the development project was prepared, including a detailed market assessment, supply/demand study, and recommended residential product array. Sales absorption, phasing schedules, and infrastructure routing were critical aspects of the work effort for the client.

 

Unlike other cities of its size (approx. 17,000 population), Middleton features the amenities and activity of much larger cities while maintaining its own unique small town charm with friendly and spirited people. Middleton benefits from close proximity to Madison and the University of Wisconsin, which has helped Middleton to become home to high-tech, biotech, pharmaceutical, medical research and agri-businesses as well as emerging and expanding commercial enterprises.

 

South Bay Galleria

Acting as a real estate consultant, a market study with lease-up plan and financial projections was prepared, to evaluate the feasibility of renovation and expansion of this regional shopping center situated in the South Bay (Redondo Beach) area of Los Angeles County.  The mall reopened to the public in 1985 as the Galleria at South Bay, late changing to its current name.

 

Work included estimates of consumer shopping demand for stores at the center, and a competitive evaluation of planned and proposed supply of new retail space in the region.

 

Redevelopment Project Consultants

SB-99 Premiere Towers on Spring Street

Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles  |  Market and financial feasibility study for condominium conversion, in support of SB-99 mortgage revenue bond issuance.   Property located in the historic Spring Street corridor.

 

California law in the 1980’s authorized both state and local governmental entities to issue tax-exempt mortgage revenue bonds (“MRB’s”).   The proceeds from the sale of these bonds are used to provide financing for the development of housing at interest rates that are below prevailing market rates.   State law generally restricted availability of this subsidized financing to low- and moderate-income households.

 

 

 

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