For more than a decade, the City of Los Alamitos has encouraged the development of a walkable and vibrant town center. The underlying vision for the Los Alamitos Town Center […]
The Tropico Station Plan is a neighborhood-level policy study, which recommends design guidelines, zoning designations and parking standards for the Tropico neighborhood, and is a component of the South Glendale Community Plan.
Space 134 is a concept study for a 25-acre “freeway cap park” over and adjacent to the 134 Freeway between Central Avenue and Glendale Avenue. Space 134 will connect the community to the City’s civic, cultural, and business core through public open space and pedestrian and bike friendly trails.
“Maryland Off Broadway” is a Focused Implementation Plan to create an Art and Entertainment District in Downtown Glendale.
This Strategic Master Plan guides the phased reconstruction of Glendale’s Downtown Central Park, including built work by Shimoda Design Group, AECOM, and Gruen Associates.
The Glendale Downtown Specific Plan is an award-winning design-based planning document that guides development in the 200-acre urban heart of Glendale, California.
The North Montclair Downtown Specific Plan, adopted in 2006, mitigates the City’s sprawl by establishing a framework and development strategy for a pedestrian-oriented retail and residential District surrounding the city’s regional transit center
This 300-acre Specific Plan, adopted in 2006, reestablishes the community’s connections along two Corridors, intensifies the two historic Neighborhoods that flank the downtown and transforms the original 1870s settlement into a Transit-Oriented District linked by commuter rail to Los Angeles.
Orcutt Ranch is an infill area within the suburban neighborhoods of south San Luis Obispo. This study for a traditional neighborhood design was created as alternative to conventional suburban models to demonstrate a strategy for developing the ranch while also maintaining featuring a large hill and small arroyo creek within a conversation area.
The Azusa Civic Center Master Plan outlines a strategy for enhancing and expanding the institutional heart of this East San Gabriel Valley city
Azusa Station establishes the future Gold Line light rail station as a northern anchor to the City’s downtown.