How best can mankind live within the rules of nature, forever?

We help communities form the physical, social, economic, and ecological structure to grow and prosper today while not denying prosperity and freedom to their children’s generations. Whether private citizens, developers, or public municipalities, the makers of the built environment are increasingly committed to the advantages of walkable, mixed-use, sustainable neighborhoods.

. . . for citizens, living in a sustainable neighborhood can offer greater economic stability, stronger community bonds, more time with family, less time commuting for daily activities, more access to parks and main street alike, more ways to safely and conveniently walk and bike.

. . . for developers, building sustainable neighborhoods means out-competing the competition by better meeting the market’s needs and desires, achieving higher housing density without losing livability, reducing infrastructure costs for stormwater and streets through ‘light imprint’ design and queuing streets.

. . . for municipalities, planning sustainable neighborhoods promotes business growth, affordable housing, and fiscal responsibility, while reducing carbon emissions, energy costs, and infrastructure expansion.