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The optimal master plan will blend project necessities and constraints.

Simple, right? Not so much. Master planning projects are complex, lengthy, and critically important to get right for their communities, users, and investors.  Our urban design architecture firm knows how to balance the complex and often-competing demands of placemaking, density management, partnership, and future planning that supports mixed-use architecture in city settings.


Our portfolio includes more than 100 master plans and site plans—each designed to be unique and carefully suited to its environment and client goals. Fitting a mixed-use development onto an irregular site? See our recent pedestrian-friendly Redmond Square. Blending urbanism and suburban attributes? Check out Solera, our mixed-use planned community in Renton featuring 590 mixed-income apartments, 96 fee-simple townhomes, and over 30,000 SF of commercial space in two buildings. 

Got city-building on your mind? Riverpark unifies six acres of residential, commercial, retail, and open space on the Sammamish River into a cohesive gateway to downtown Redmond, giving it a European flavor and enough parking for the hundreds of people who will use it each day. Considering creating a new town center or envisioning a new subdivision? We can do that, too. 


Do you need a master plan architect? Reach out to Scott Glazebrook, the lead urban design architect at our Seattle architecture firm, at

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