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©2019 Claremont South Village

ABOUT OUR PARTNERS

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Village Partners is a full service real estate development company focused on the development of distinctive in-fill mixed-use projects, including multi-family residential, retail and complementary office. Our vision is to offer more innovative forms of housing in mature urban areas and high traffic suburban areas complemented by shopping and dining experiences one might find in a dynamic metropolitan area.

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Our focus is on transit-oriented development that is rooted in sustainability, active mobility, inclusivity, and authentic community engagement. Village Partners combines the best aspects of neighborhood and urban life, focusing on making livable and walkable communities. As developers, we represent the interests of each neighborhood and city, we strive to create distinctive places and stimulating spaces.

Village Partners – Development Team

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Arteco Partners is a community-minded builder and innovative operator of new and adaptive-reuse and mixed-use projects. We have developed historic, cultural, academic and arts-themed projects in nine Southern California cities. Based in downtown Pomona, California and led by brothers Jerry and Ed Tessier, Arteco’s development approach and management expertise thrives in pedestrian scale, mixed-use, historic and cultural environments, Arteco Partners most often works in public-private partnership with municipal agencies and with non-profit educational, arts, and historic preservation organizations. Arteco has renovated and re-positioned over 500,000 square feet of historic buildings (more than 30 buildings), many of which have local, state or national designations. Arteco has been selected by several government entities to save historic landmarks and develop cultural arts developments. Arteco operates multiple entertainment and special events locations and each has  extensive community-based non-profit programming, such as the 2,000 person capacity Pomona Fox Theater, Padua Hills Theater, and Vail Headquarters. 

 

After developing and operating multiple restaurants, Arteco started a Culinary Concept Division in 2017 which is opening three food halls in the Inland Empire, including the now open Riverside Food Lab. The Tessier family donates over 40,000 square feet to arts and educational nonprofits and, through its philanthropy and pro-bono services, supports many local nonprofits.  It is also founded, built and operated community service providers and nonprofits, most notably the community and collegiate art exhibition space, the Progress Galleries, and the 750-student charter School of Arts & Enterprise. Arteco has worked with the Claremont Museum of Art, American Museum of Ceramic Art, Cal Poly Pomona, Western University of Health Sciences, Cal State Los Angeles, the Los Angeles County Fair, the DA Center for the Arts, and numerous other educational and arts organizations.

Arteco Partners – Development Team

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Stefanos Polyzoides earned a B.A. and M.Arch degree in Architecture and Planning from Princeton University. His career has engaged a broad span of architecture and urbanism, its history, theory, education and design. He is a co- founder of the Congress for the New Urbanism and, with his wife Elizabeth Moule, a partner in Moule & Polyzoides, a Pasadena, California practice since 1990. 

 

The firm has an international reputation for design innovation and a strong track record demonstrated in over 300 completed projects. Its work has been published worldwide, showcased in various museum and university exhibitions and has received numerous awards for excellence.  It is accomplished in producing beautiful and appropriate individual buildings, as well as master plans for districts, neighborhoods, towns and cities. Its award-winning design team has produced significant theoretical and practical advances in the areas of urbanism and housing. In Claremont, Moule and Polyzoides have worked extensively with the Claremont Colleges. Moule and Polyzoides devised the Master Plan for both Scripps College and Pomona College, and led the design of Scripps College New Hall and Sallie Tiernan Field House.

Moule and Polyzoides – Architect

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Established in 1953, Torti Gallas and Partners maintains a global practice of planning, architecture and urban design. With a talented staff trained in multiple disciplines, Torti Gallas has helped hundreds of clients create sustainable growth and development, understanding that smart design of the built environment directly influences economic strength, neighborhood health, and community livability. Our goal is to apply our strengths at all scales of human development, to bring high-value designs and implementation strategies that enhance the character of a community, provide a sustainable infrastructure for its future, and yield increased asset values for our clients. 

 

Our architects and planners deliver practical, feasible and transformative plans that get implemented. Since our founding, Torti Gallas has designed over 400,000 residential units, millions of square feet of office space, and planned over 1,000 residential and mixed-use communities. As a result, we have been responsible for the planning and architectural design of more than $25 billion of construction, and have advanced the success of our valued clients and their constituencies.

Torti Gallas – Architect

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We believe in the transformative power of landscape design to enhance the livability of urban environments, connect people to natural systems, and create meaningful spaces for recreation, reflection and exploration. Our continued allegiance is to address complex urban issues with creativity, pragmatism and responsibility.

 

Our 40-person firm includes landscape architects, urban designers, community advocates, botanists, ecologists, and technical experts. Diversity and multiple perspectives add depth and meaning to the collaborative process, allowing us to bring design and implementation expertise to a variety of projects from park master planning to intimate plazas and gardens. Solutions are rooted in client and community engagement and contextual understanding rather than an imposed aesthetic. Previous work in Claremont includes the landscape design of the Phase II Pitzer Dorms and the Robert Redford Conservancy for Southern California Sustainability.

Studio-MLA – Landscape Architect

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Fuscoe Engineering, Inc. is an award-winning employee-owned firm. Fuscoe provides civil engineering for land development and public infrastructure, using an eco-adaptive® approach. Specialty practices include survey and mapping, stormwater management, sustainable site design, and geospatial technology services. The firm's project bandwidth spans commercial, retail, hospitality, mixed-use, and residential developments, as well as public streets and parks. On-going company objectives include developing leading-edge engineering solutions while promoting sensitivity to the environment. Fuscoe has offices in Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego, Ontario, El Centro, and San Ramon.

Fuscoe – Civil Engineer

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Verdical Group is a highly qualified, full-service, green building consulting firm, headquartered in Los Angeles, California. We have experience on more than 200 high-performance building efforts and have worked on a wide variety of building types. Verdical Group staff specialize in certification project management (LEED, Envision, Living Building Challenge, WELL, etc.), Zero Net Energy (ZNE) consulting, energy modeling, commissioning and related sustainable design services. We are a California-based firm with deep knowledge of CALGreen code green building requirements and the relationship to LEED, ZNE, commissioning and sustainable design.

 

The name "Verdical" is derived from the Latin root for "green" and plays on the word "vertical" – signifying the value created through green building strategies. The firm advises on sustainability strategy with our client’s bottom line in mind. Founder Drew Shula's background working for publicly traded commercial real estate companies informs Verdical Group's passion to deliver high performance projects that showcase the business case for green building. The company's mission, "Do Good and Do Well," is realized on each project we complete by saving our client’s money and benefiting the environment – a true win-win. 

 

While business-centric in our approach, our commitment to the environment is woven into our corporate DNA as a 1% for the Planet Member Company, Certified Social Enterprise, and Certified B Corporation. Verdical Group donates 1% of its gross annual sales, not just profits, to environmental organizations. We are a Certified Small Business with the State of California, County of Los Angeles, and the City of Los Angeles.

Verdical Group – Sustainability Consultant