The new destination retail center is anchored by Whole Foods and a Theater. HAI designed the project from Conceptualization through to oversight of construction of all landscape, irrigation and outdoor plaza spaces. The project includes an outdoor plaza space for events and gatherings. Outdoor shaded seating, water feature, permeable parking stalls, storm water infiltration planters
The 68 acre project features major tenant anchors as well as two public plazas, each unique to itself. One plaza features a biofiltered pond and water fall with seating. The pond contains a silo which ignites at night creating a “camp fire”. The second plaza features a four sided gas fireplace with seating on all
This 12 acre new development located at Foothill Blvd. and Angeles Crest Highway has been in the planning stages for over 10 years. The Owner was not successful in getting the development approved through the City. Eventually the City embarked on creating the Downtown Village Specific Plan which scoped the project and allowed for development.
The project is a retail power center anchored by the first Super Target built in California. The site features a “Main Street” element where restaurants and shops are accessed by paseos from site parking as well as head in parking. Two plazas provide outdoor room seating as well as a fountain. HAI designed site retaining
Packwood Creek is a 60-acre commercial retail power center located in Visalia, California. The center itself is actually comprised of two separate retail centers, which were divided into two phases. Phase One comprised of the center to the east of Mooney Boulevard and Phase Two is to the west. Hirsch & Associates, Inc. provided design
Moorpark Marketplace is a 30-acre commercial retail power center located in Ventura County. Hirsch & Associates, Inc. provided design development, construction documents, cost estimating, project bidding and construction administration services. Developer Zelman Development Company Architect P + R Architects
Pico Rivera Towne Center is a 55+ acre Commercial Retail Power Center located south of Washington Boulevard between Rosemead Boulevard and Paramount Boulevard. Hirsch & Associates, Inc. provided design development, construction documents, cost estimating, project bidding and construction administration services. Developer Vestar Development Company Architect LHA Architects
Burbank Empire Center is a 50-acre Commercial Retail Power Center located at Empire Avenue and the Interstate 5 Freeway. The Empire Center is the commercial retail element of the 100+ acre City of Burbank Redevelopment Agency plan for the revitalization and 'Brownsfield' reclamation of the old Lockeed Aircraft Facility. HAI developed unique planter and drainage