AndersonPacific, LLC was formed to pursue the investment, planning, design, entitlement and development of community plans and mixed-use infill projects closely following principles intended to create livable and walkable communities.
While this notion is sometimes discussed in different terms including "Smart Growth", New Urbanism, Traditional Neighborhood Design, Livability, and Progressive Development, Anderson Pacific's core belief is that truly successful real estate projects, in both social and financial terms, are conceived and implemented without succumbing to fads. Instead they embrace the most fundamental and historically tested planning and real estate principles.
Anderson Pacific currently manages over $1 Billion in projects which are mixed-use, transit-oriented, infill developments in key Downtown areas throughout California.
Prior to founding Anderson Pacific, the principals have either owned, developed, or held the management capacity over some of the Nation's most prominent projects throughout the last 30 years, including:
In total, the real estate projects comprise the following mix of development: 8,650 homes, 23 million sq. ft. of office including the tallest building west of the Mississippi, 1.5 million sq. ft. of retail, 1,850 hotel rooms and 5,600 acres of land planning.
Pacific is emerging as the West Coast's pre-eminent developer
of livable and walkable communities.
Opticos Design, Inc. is an award-winning multi-disciplinary design firm located in Berkeley, CA that specializes in traditional urbanism and architecture, as well as environmental graphics. The firm is recognized nationally as a leader in the practice of New Urbanism and traditional architecture, and has won various awards for their diverse work.
Opticos has worked collaboratively with some of the most prominent and influential practitioners in traditional urbanism and architecture today including Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk of DPZ, European urbanist, architect, and author Leon Krier, Ray Gindroz of UDA, and Stefanos Polyzoides of Moule & Polyzoides Architects. Prior to founding Opticos, Daniel Parolek worked with Robert A.M. Stern Architects in New York City, an award-winning firm that specializes in traditional and classical architecture and urban design.