Wind Mill Planned Unit Development
Eighty-six moderate-income for-sale one- and two-bedroom townhouses arranged around a central community facilities core and preserved archaeological site.
Twenty cedar-sided single family dwellings, one of the first subdivisions introducing new urbanist emphasis on porches, common social spaces and mixed-income units integrated into the neighborhood.
General Contractor only. One Hundred Eighty-four market-rate and affordable apartments constructed in seven months.
Nineteen estate lots, most constructed on a design/build basis, emphasizing tree preservation and careful site planning to minimize grading.
General Contractor only. 140 market-rate and affordable apartments.
Developer only. Unit construction by the Trammel Crow Company. One Hundred and Eight apartments oriented to central core open space, man-made lake system and open space buffers along Santa Rosa Creek.
Bennett Valley Meadows and Bennett Valley Creek
Forty single family homes, some constructed through a joint venture. An early example of integrating second-units seamlessly into a single family neighborhood.
Thirty-three single family homes on a sensitive semi-hillside site. An example of close, collaborative design with the affected neighborhood.
Custom Design Build
Design/build of modernist estate residence in Santa Rosa foothills. Reflects emphasis of firm on range of design types.
Mark West Commons
Forty-four Affordably priced duet-homes, chiefly occupied by first-time homebuyers, oriented around common facilities.
Eighteen duplexes for moderate-income tenants, designed to accommodate complex grades and the need for creek sensitivity and tree preservation.
St. Francis Knolls
Twenty large-lots, with home designs accommodating a visually sensitive site. Second units introduced throughout the project. Developer only.