Wasilla Cinema Complex

2008

The Cinema Complex Development provided preliminary design and site planning for a 90,000sf multi-building entertainment and retail complex. The program includes a multiplex movie theater, local grocery, retail, multiple restaurants and a bank. Design included analysis of two sites with a range of program variations to provide different development potential. 

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Palmer PUD

2006-7

Arbour Estates proposes a Planned Urban Development in an existing historic neighborhood. The development proposes maintaining the historic exterior character of the houses and landscaping, while mixing the occupancy use. Bringing business to the houses with access directly from Fireweed diversifies the neighborhood. Building updates include improved insulation and energy efficiency, roofing replacements, and full window replacement, new interior finishes, refinished wood flooring, new casework and appliances and new washrooms. 

MSCVB Plan

2009 - 2010

The process provided assistance in preliminary programming and site selection. A program was determined based on client review and charrette design. A series of design and planning meetings and reviews allowed for growth of concept and partnerships. Potential sites were reviewed and analyzed for the future program. A preliminary plan and schematic 3D were provided in a report to assist the Bureau in pursuing funding.

Four Corners

Currently in design, the development provides mixed-use area over 160 acres. The proposed development would consist of three phases and over 775,000 square feet of buildings. Planned site uses include commercial small and large retail, theater, hotel, offices, multi-family and residential. The design emphasizes connection and walkability, creating a pedestrian area within a main central area of buildings.

Locharron Glenn

2002

LochCarron Glenn proposes a Planned Urban Development using some of the main tools of conservation subdivisions. Gathering the units closer together provides connectivity between the residents but also allows a large portion of the site to remain natural. The proposed development utilizes four prototype senior housing units. Schematic plans were developed for each of the prototypes as part of the planning exercise.

Cottage & Glenn Master Plan

2008

Cottage Glenn proposes a Planned Urban Development using some of the main tools of conservation subdivisions. Gathering the buildings closer together provides connectivity between the residents but also allows a large portion of the site to remain natural. The proposed development utilizes four prototype senior housing units – single family with garage, townhomes, apartments and an assisted living complex. A daycare and manager’s residence complete the mix of uses and the central playground provides an enjoyable focus to daily life.