Asset management review during development, including leasing, tenant mix, entertainment, and events at this mixed-use facility. he project involved a mixed-use facility including a major retail mall, hotel, serviced apartments, and office space.
Acted as a master-planned community consultant to JMB Realty in connection with ongoing build-out of this major Orange County planned residential golf community. Focused residential product and financial analysis in support of ongoing builder sales program, at this resort-style master-planned golf community in Orange County, California. Financial analysis in support of residential product concepting, subdivision build-out, for Owner’s land development team involved with planning and developing this master-planned Orange County community.
Working with project team members including land planning, civil engineering, entitlement representatives, and in-house client project management and financial staff, the various financial analysis included builder residual calculations to support land sale negotiations to third-party home builders.
Coto de Caza is one of Orange County’s leading master-planned communities. The MPC includes golf courses, equestrian facilities, horse trails, and extensive pathways and hiking trails for residents, all in one of Orange County’s more rural settings.
Confidential Client | Project feasibility evaluation in progress, redevelopment (regeneration) of now demolished facilities. Confidential client.
aec Providence Partnership LLC | Ideation and conceptual master planning for mixed-use gaming destination at Harbor Park, Virginia. The entire project site is situated within a Federally-designated Opportunity Zone. Harbor Park is situated along the Elizabeth River (Norfolk harbor) – a working harbor featuring shipbuilding, refitting, etc., and associated with the largest naval base in the world.
Infrastructure issues include rerouting E. Water Street to connect directly with Park Avenue, and possibly rerouting Tide light rail line to follow a new E. Water Street / Park Avenue alignment. Power lines of Dominion Energy are the main power source serving downtown Norfolk and would need to be rerouted. As well, the entire site would likely need to be raised to meet 100-year floodplain issues, with the existing seawall rebuilt.
Illustration work shown here is a product of aec‘s Rapid Prototyping Unit, combining feasibility results with preliminary project scaling, layout, and overall guest experiential design – created to assist Ownership group in confirming design intent and project budgets.