From Our Portfolio
A Seattle-based non-profit housing developer retained MetroAG Strategies to complement the work of its design and development team as they create and sell two dozen affordable, net-zero energy cottage homes set to displace a community garden.
MetroAG Strategies was hired to assist a non-profit development client to find and assess sites to build a diverse, intergenerational intentional community.
A residential agrihood concept developed at the request of a major regional land owner + developer. Our creative team turned site constraints into a food-producing landscape focus. As important, our research responded to demographic opportunities and submarket conditions with a walkable, sustainable neighborhood design of efficient, affordable homes, reduced infrastructure demands, and “third place” destinations.