GG+A is thrilled with the approval of an innovative transit-oriented development in Santa Clara, CA. GG+A contributed retail market research and marketing strategy and planning policy recommendations for the developer Hunter Storm properties. Santa Clara paves way for Hunter Storm’s huge transit-oriented Gateway Crossings project Silicon Valley Business Journal Marlize van Romburgh Jul 10, 2019
GG+A is glad for the continued momentum and success of the DuPage Business Center. We are proud to have contributed to the revamped real estate development and marketing strategy. GG+A has also recently completed an analysis of the economic and fiscal impacts generated by the DuPage Airport and its DuPage Business Center. DuPage Airport Authority… Read More
GG+A has been working with the City of Davis, CA over the past year to evaluate the impacts of its existing Affordable Housing Ordinance requirements on multi-family rental housing development feasibility in Davis. An interim policy has been extended, which reduces the on-site affordable housing requirement from 35% to 15%, while other related exemptions and… Read More
Millbrae development passes Officials narrowly approve housing, office, retail project near rail station despite lingering concerns By Austin Walsh Daily Journal staff Mar 15, 2018 It’s full speed ahead for a sweeping housing and commercial development proposed to transform BART land at the Millbrae train station, following officials blessing the divisive project. The Millbrae City… Read More
Gruen Gruen + Associates’ project is cited in the December 2017 issue of Urban Land magazine. You can read the article here.
Based on Gruen Gruen + Associates analysis and testimony including a review of revolutionary changes in the retailing sector, the Plan Commission and Village Board reversed their prior decisions and approved the zoning and use of the former Wal-Mart store for industrial uses. A Chicago Tribune article highlights the project.
Northbrook and other nearby suburbs have a hard time making millennials happy even if the transportation hurdle is cleared, Deerfield-based economist Aaron Gruen said. “All towns should make sure they have places that ‘make experiences’ to attract millennials, starting with shops and restaurants,” he said. “And millennials don’t need to buy a Northbrook ranch, or… Read More
The La Plata County Economic Development Alliance retained GG+A to evaluate the market demand for office and industrial uses in La Plata County, Colorado, and to identify strategies to facilitate the attraction and retention of office and industrial uses. GG+A held a formal public presentation at Fort Lewis College to describe the findings and strategies.… Read More
“When companies cluster in a city, the labor and idea exchange that supports the sector grows to a level that you can’t get in Omaha” CRAINS CHICAGO BUSINESS October 3, 2015 “ConAgra move shows how corporations can see Chicago through rose-colored glasses”
Claude Gruen is cited in an article discussing California’s housing situation: More restrictive land use regulation “is to the middle class what the economic disaster of slum clearance was to the poor.” CALIFORNIA HOMES REQUIRE REAL REACH NewGeography.com Joel Kotkin In the 1950s and 1960s, Southern California was ground zero for the “American Dream” of… Read More