Mr. Fukuji’s urban design work at Bay Meadows, a mixed-use, transit-oriented community along the San Francisco Peninsula’s regional commuter rail corridor.
Shaping Growth for Community Livability
Our urban design work gives form to a broad range of considerations — cultural, ecological, economic, political, social and aesthetic — that shape the built environment and the public realm. We are experts at synthesizing diverse factors — policies of local government, values of neighborhood advocates, technical findings of transportation and real estate experts — into community plans, guidelines and codes that give shape to the physical character of individual sites, neighborhoods and towns.
Master plan for 200 units of Collaborative Supportive Housing at Alameda Point, a transit-oriented plan for the re-use of the former Alameda Naval Air Station.
The composite framework for the Coyote Valley Specific Plan: the environmental footprint, transit, livable streets and a diverse public realm to enable development of a balanced community of jobs and housing.