Livermore Approves Station Area Plan

The Livermore City Council unanimously approved the Isabel Neighborhood Plan at its meeting on May 14th. The Plan seeks to guide future development in the area surrounding the proposed BART station. The primary objectives of the Plan are to create a complete, walkable neighborhood that complements the BART station and addresses citywide goals for increasing […]

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City of Manteca’s bottom line for Great Wolf’s first 30 years

The City of Manteca has been negotiating a development agreement with the developer of a proposed 500-room waterpark resort in the City’s Family Entertainment Zone.  EPS assisted the City of Manteca in evaluating the City’s proposed deal with Great Wolf Resorts and estimating the proposed project’s overall fiscal and economic impact.  EPS translated the proposed […]

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EPS Participates at 38th Annual CALED Conference

EPS was pleased to attend the 38th Annual California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED) Conference in Monterey, California. Ellen Martin, Executive Vice President, is an active member of the Tax Increment Finance committee which helps to evaluate available mechanisms and propose legislative solutions to improve the existing toolkit. Martin was a member of this year’s conference […]

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UC Hastings Redevelops Portion of SF Campus into Academic Village

EPS has been leading a team of consultants to assist the University of California Hasting School of Law (UC Hastings) in its planning and implementation of the redevelopment of a substantial portion of its San Francisco campus into a Multi-Disciplinary Academic Village.  The program will incorporate the development of two new buildings, and the renovation […]

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San Francisco Approves Mission Rock

    Mission Rock (photo from Port of SF http://sfport.com/missionrock) The San Francisco Giants’ proposed 28-acre development at Mission Rock earned unanimous support from the Board of Supervisors in February.  EPS congratulates the Port of San Francisco and the Giants on this momentous achievement. Mission Rock will be a new mixed-used neighborhood consisting of eight […]

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Oakland Office Packs a Punch and Supports Local Community

Our team recently participated in a boxing workout at the Guardian gym, a local non-profit that provides free kid programming. Mike Nimon, Vice President at EPS, organized an 8:00a.m. outing of jump roping and jumping jacks, burpees and boxing, sit-ups and squats.  We met at Guardian Gym a few blocks from the Oakland office. Guardian […]

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EPS Participates in the 2017 APA California Chapter Conference

EPS was pleased to participate in the 2017 APA California Chapter conference in Sacramento, the home base for one of our four offices.  For those interested in our panel presentations, please click on the panel title to access the presentations by EPS, California Forward, Kahn/Mortimer, Port of San Francisco, Western Riverside Council of Governments, and […]

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Michelle Chung Receives 2017-2018 CPF Scholarship for Outstanding Student Award

The California Planning Foundation (CPF) announced its 2017 scholarship awards program for outstanding planning students in the State of California. A little more than $58,000 has been awarded this year to thirty-one deserving scholarship recipients. We are proud to note that Michelle Chung, Associate in our Los Angeles Office, was awarded the Outstanding Student Award […]

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