• Hazel Park, Michigan: This project transforms two-mile corridor of John R. Road which has deteriorated due to rampant sprawl and disinvestment over the past 50 years. This study outlines an incremental planning framework that creates a new downtown for Hazel Park by guiding the beginnings of two districts with a series of public and private catalytic projects.

  • La Quinta, California: This project transforms an eight-lane asphalted highway into a six-lane thoroughfare with parallel parking and a central median, creating a cultural oasis in the desert of La Quinta.

  • Montclair, California: This streetscape plan for two important thoroughfares in the Montclair’s downtown is the result of a three-month collaboration between the City of Montclair and the consultant team, representing a radical departure from the typical sprawl trends that have characterized this postwar suburb since the 1960s.

  • David, Republic of Panama: La Fontana Town Center is a 100-acre district organized around four programmatic elements: a main street, a medical quarter, an educational quarter and a residential quarter.

  • Jordan, Utah: Adjacent to the Daybreak light rail station 18 miles south of Salt Lake City, the Parkway Station Community comprises 58 townhouses distributed around landscaped courtyards on a three-acre site.

  • South Pasadena, California: This plan creates a long-term vision for the historic downtown area of South Pasadena, focusing on two streets, Mission Street and Fair Oaks Avenue, and the existing Gold Line light rail station.