The Cove at Solana
A thoughtfully designed "linear town square" in Solana Beach, activated by a 3-screen Laemmle Arthouse Cinema, gourmet food market, Diesel bookstore and signature restaurants. The development is located around the locally renowned Solana Beach train station. The Cove features 51 upscale townhouses, a 46-room boutique hotel by Shade, and an innovative automated garage by Auto ParkIt.
Empire Yards AT RANCHo CUCAMONGA
A redevelopment of the Rancho Cucamonga Metrolink station into a transit-oriented village consisting of for-sale and for-rent residences, an intergenerational senior living facility and preschool, a "main street" with restaurants, small retail, a Laemmle Arthouse Cinema and a gourmet grocery market. A new, shared parking garage will serve commuters, providing an easy park and ride option.
PARK GATEWAY, WATTS
The Park Gateway, Watts is a mixed-use development situated in the heart of the Watts neighborhood of South Los Angeles. The development program calls for 80 affordable housing units, with 10 units reserved for the Anti-Recidivism Coalition, working to house the formerly incarcerated. Commercial tenants include a Bank of America branch, a café and other retail uses. Park Gateway is a groundbreaking project for the Watts area, and is part of a larger trend of bringing back 103rd Street into a real Main Street serving the neighborhood.
University village at the university of redlands
The University of Redlands selected the CHA team to lead the effort of creating a truly remarkable “town and gown” neighborhood, University Village. A 30-acre transit oriented neighborhood master plan at the MetroLink/Arrow Line terminus station at the University of Redlands, University Village will be centered around a town square, anchored by a 5-screen Laemmle Theatre and neighborhood/University serving independent bookstore, a small grocery, cool bars/cafes and a variety of housing types offered at diverse price points. CHA has successfully engaged the University, the surrounding community and a variety of development professionals from southern California through a three-day intensive charrette working towards the University Village Master Plan