Facing challenges that included screening, limited site access and a program required drive-thru, Landform worked with Minneapolis planning staff to provide fair solutions for the client, while satisfying high municipal and neighborhood requirements for the site. The Landform team provided surveying and site design services for this neighborhood-scale commercial development.
2700 University is a Finance & Commerce, award-winning, complex and innovative development. It can be described as urban redevelopment, TOD (transit-oriented development), sustainable, mixed-income and mixed-use. Located at the Westgate Station of MetroTransit’s Greenline LRT in Saint Paul, the 248 unit luxury residential project includes 2,800 square feet of restaurant space, 232 underground parking stalls […]
Master-planned corporate campus with three phases including 1.2 million sq. ft. of office space, two parking ramps, eight stormwater ponds, two miles of utility design and improvements to Technology Drive. The site was designed to preserve a rare sedge meadow and minimize the overall impact of development on existing wetlands. The plan includes an extensive […]
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar projects were unique in that the client required a formal, in-depth site investigation and report for each site. Landform coordinated every aspect of the project from site investigation/concept phase through construction, including coordination with corporate real estate and development entitlement. Landform coordinated subconsultants as needed for individual sites and provided […]
Avienda is a contemporary Lifestyle Center rather than a simple shopping experience. The project fulfills the city’s comprehensive plan for a regional destination in Chanhassen, while enhancing the existing opportunities in the city. The master plan for this 120-acre site includes a variety of housing types for all people in all stages of life, office space, a […]
Landform provided development management and design services for this regional shopping center. The high amenity center includes a central village with multiple retail anchors. The unique design includes waterfall features at the entrance to the shopping center and a unique entry designed to appear as a suspension bridge. The entry also includes dual stormwater ponds which […]
In 2011 Landform partnered with Baker Associates Architects and the Luther Company Family of Dealerships to completely redevelop a site at Interstate 694 and Brooklyn Boulevard in Brooklyn Center. Challenges associated with the 16.5-acre redevelopment included a 14.4% reduction of pervious area, additional on-site infiltration and contaminated soils while accommodating nearly 1,200 parking stalls.
Landform provided professional services for the 30-unit detached villa home subdivision. This Planned Unit Development (PUD) included smaller villa-style lots to meet the needs of those desiring single level living and a care-free lifestyle in an association maintained community. This development included extensive coordination for adjacent future roadway improvements and stormwater management while achieving a […]
Landform provided professional services for Mark of Excellence Homes for the 73-acre single family subdivision in Andover known as Catchers Creek. This 137-lot subdivision is located on the northern edge of Coon Creek on the east side of Andover. Challenges for our engineers included the proximity of the Coon Creek, floodplain mitigation, wetlands, utility connections […]
Situated on a former auto dealership site, the project offered many unique challenges. Placing the nearly 150,000 square foot building to allow optimal site access demanded the use of poured concrete retaining walls up to 15 feet in height. Stormwater management for the 15.5-acre site was modernized to include nearly 50,000 cubic feet of underground […]