Berkeley Zoning Adjustments Board Approves Downtown Highrise

EPS is pleased to have assisted Grosvenor with its successful application for redevelopment of 1951-75 Shattuck Avenue in Berkeley.  Berkeley’s Downtown Area Plan requires that projects above 75 feet in height provide “significant community benefits.”  Grosvenor retained EPS to provide pro forma financial analysis of the proposed development and to quantify the financially feasible level […]

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Rio Piedras: Revitalizing Beyond Their Wildest Dreams

On May 1, 2019 LAI hosted the Rio Piedras Professional Advisory Delegation (PAD) in partnership with the Fideicomiso para el Desarrollo de Río Piedras (FDRP). The PAD was a precursor to the LAI Puerto Rico (PR) Land Economics Weekend (LEW) where the new PR Chapter was chartered and new local members were initiated during the […]

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Oakland Office Volunteers at Alameda Point Collaborative Farm

Several members of the Oakland office spent a recent weekday morning working at a local non-profit farm in Alameda.    In 1999, the Alameda Point Collaborative (APC) transformed vacant military housing on the former Alameda Naval Air Station into a supportive housing community. APC now provides over 500 formerly homeless residents with stability, safety, job […]

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Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors Approves Davenport Cement Plant Plan

Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors Approves Davenport Cement Plant Plan

After the 2010 closure of the CEMEX plant near Davenport, Santa Cruz County sought to prepare a Reuse Plan for the site. The 170+ acre brownfield property is located within the Coastal Zone and is surrounded by protected open space. EPS conducted extensive market and financial feasibility analysis to inform Plan alternatives, including a detailed […]

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Port of San Diego Economic Impact Report

EPS is pleased to announce the release of our new report concerning the Economic Impacts of the San Diego Unified Port District in 2017. The Port of San Diego is a critical economic engine for the San Diego region, generating thousands of jobs and significant local economic activity. EPS found that the Port’s overall economic […]

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Ashleigh Kanat Promoted to Principal

“Ashleigh’s promotion to Principal is the result of a substantive body of excellent work.  Ashleigh brings a technical mastery and collaborative approach to her practice and acts as a strong mentor and role model to EPS junior staff.  We are very pleased that Ashleigh is joining the firm’s leadership team as we continue to serve […]

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Ellen Martin Promoted to Principal

“Ellen’s promotion to Principal reflects many years of hard work and a dedication to insightful analysis.  Ellen brings a great combination of attributes appreciated by clientele and colleagues alike – she sees the big picture, tracks evolving industry trends, and maintains a commitment to precise and transparent technical analysis.  Her tenacious work ethic and cultivation […]

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Berkeley Zoning Adjustments Board Approves Downtown Highrise

Berkeley Zoning Adjustments Board Approves Downtown Highrise

EPS is pleased to have assisted Mill Creek Residential with its successful application for redevelopment of 2190 Shattuck Avenue in Berkeley.  Berkeley’s Downtown Area Plan requires that projects above 75 feet in height provide “significant community benefits.”  Mill Creek retained EPS to provide pro forma financial analysis of the proposed development and to quantify the […]

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South Tahoe Event Center

The Tahoe Douglas Visitor’s Authority sought to broaden the South Shore’s visitor appeal beyond its traditional summertime, skiing, and gaming market segments, with a year-round venue adjacent to the casinos in Stateline, Nevada.  EPS estimated the impact the Event Center would have on the number of visitors to South Shore and their spending in area […]

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