Master Developer Sought for UH West Oʻahu University District

Working with the University of Hawaii, EPS prepared a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to solicit a Master Developer for the 168-acres University District lands adjacent to the University of Hawaii, West Oahu (UHWO) campus.

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Mace Ranch Innovation Center

EPS evaluated the economic and fiscal assumptions and the revenue impact of both the proposed Mace Ranch Innovation Center (MRIC) and the Nishi Gateway Innovation District (Nishi) as well as the associated “ripple effect” that could be generated for the Davis and Yolo County economies.

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Whittier Sees Hope in Plan to Transform Historic Nelles Property

The Fred C. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility in Whittier CA was closed in 2004, and the State of California selected Brookfield Residential Properties to purchase and develop the site as a mixed-use community.

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President Obama Declares Berryessa Snow Mountain a National Monument

President Obama announced Friday that he will designate the Berryessa Snow Mountain region of northern California a national monument.  The President’s designation, made under the Antiquities Act, will protect over 330,000 acres of natural lands and will bring significant economic activity to surrounding communities.

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National Monument Designation for Berryessa Snow Mountain Likely to Have Economic Benefits for Local Economy

The proposed Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument would include nearly 350,000 acres of existing public lands in the heart of California’s inner Coast Range, north of San Francisco and west of Sacramento. The region currently supports a wide range of outdoor recreational activities, provides habitat for wildlife, and contains rare native plant diversity.  National monument […]

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Kauai Explores Strategies to Increase Infill Development on The Garden Island

The County of Kauai (Hawaii) features a mix of small towns, resort development, and rural and agricultural lands.  The island faces market pressure for new housing, with home prices increasingly out of reach for native Hawaiians and workers in the service and agricultural industries.  Rather than converting agricultural lands and open spaces to suburban housing […]

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