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Architecture Design

Great architecture inspires people, so Anderson Barker designs for a better future to help clients achieve their vision for the communities and people they serve. Collaborations with cities and stakeholders solve problems and utilize a variety of design professionals to help deliver the best results.

Community Development

We enjoy collaborating with cities and stakeholders to solve problems where municipalities are weighted with managing operations and may not have resources to concentrate on economic development. We aid cities by adding other projects where we are already working. Through our relationship with real estate developers, capital sources, and transit, we often identify methods for aiding cities in creating the projects needed to grow and modernize their city. This includes infrastructure such as city assets, utilities, and streetscape and pedestrian corridors.

Entitlement

As we work on a project and engage with municipal officials, we use community outreach efforts to seek additional opportunities for future growth in the community served. We build and nurture a continuous relationship to aid the city in developing new revenue sources by utilizing urban design and development skills to further transform challenged communities by seeking to entitle adjacent properties for additional community development. The new projects, such as mixed-use commercial and residential developments, produce added value and new tax revenues to afford better services to constituents.

Funding

A big challenge for municipalities is identifying funding sources. As we develop design concepts, we prepare funding applications to assist cities in submitting and winning approvals for public funding from county, state, and federal sources, and seek to use our private capital sources to provide matching funds when necessary to have projects shovel-ready for construction. Since public funding agencies tend to rate projects by having additional funding sources prior to approval, we find ways for private funds to be used as seed funding to win that approval.