The City of Mountain View has approved a development impact fee to fund transportation, sewer and water improvements serving the North Bayshore, a high profile business park that is currently home to major high tech tenants such as Google and LinkedIn, and expected to experience over 3 million square feet of new development. EPS led a […]
The recently adopted Community Revitalization and Investment Authority (CRIA) Law – Assembly Bill 2 – added a second new tool to the “post-redevelopment” redevelopment toolkit (the first being the Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District). To help California communities determine their eligibility to establish the new Community Revitalization Investment Areas (CRIA) and invest new property tax increment […]
The California Chapter, Northern Section of the American Planning Association has selected the City of Salinas Economic Development Element to receive the Award of Excellence in the Economic Development category at the 2015 APA Awards.
A long-awaited financial study of new ways to govern Isla Vista, both modest and ambitious, was unveiled Wednesday night before a crowd of 75 people at Santa Barbara Hillel on Embarcadero del Mar.
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.
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.
The City of Davis released the Economic and Fiscal Analysis Report of the proposed innovation centers. The document is available online
EPS presented the results of its study to the SFMTA Board on August 18th on the impact of San Francisco’s local transit system on the City’s economy.
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.