One Paseo

Open-air retail experience that grants everyone space. This lifestyle center boasts 608 residential homes, dozens of stores and restaurants, and timeless corporate offices.

SDSU South Campus Plaza

Connecting a college campus with the surrounding community, this plaza and park have become a popular social place where people are seen, heard and welcomed.

Corporate Campus

Three buildings link across a beautiful campus courtyard. The signature boardwalk meanders alongside a café, garden spaces, terraced event seating, and private meeting patios.

Valle de Guadalupe Hotel & Spa

Nestled in the rolling hills of Valle de Guadalupe, the modern and eclectic villas and spa will create a beautiful and serene hideaway for visitors. Designed around and through the existing Olive fields, the resort will offer guests ample luxury experiences including a 2-acre spa facility complete with private pool and treatment opportunities. A labor…

The Met

Towering business park adds an outdoor meet-up spot. Tenants love the ping pong patios, private lounges, lawn seating and food truck picnic area. 

Mixed-Use Campus

An adaptive re-use of an idyllic 1970’s-era corporate campus in the heart of Las Vegas’s thriving Chinatown district.   This reimagined campus will convert the existing campus’ Cor-ten canopied buildings into a series of high-end restaurants that seamlessly engage the site’s beautiful mature landscape understory and pine tree canopy with a series of patio decks and…

AVA Hollywood

Mixed-use residential masterpiece in the beating heart of Los Angeles. Fashionable living and community-friendly commercial space have a lucky few calling AVA “home.”

Gentry on the Green

A dynamic environment set within the boundaries of multi-family living and retail uses; Gentry on the Green is being developed as a multi-functional public park with utmost flexibility.  Inclusive of bandstands, tree-canopied picnic areas, a major bike throughway, and spaces for informal dining and memory-making, one of the most important factors in the design was…