LVA Urban Design Studio has established long-term relationships with developers, homebuilders, investors, state and county agencies, cities and professional associations. These relationships are built on a foundation of quality service, trust and integrity. Our clients include healthcare organizations, private development companies, home builders, individual real estate investors and public agencies.
Master Developers/Investment Companies
Over the years, LVA has worked with numerous master developers and investment companies to produce innovative, distinctive and highly functional projects. These projects include: mixed use, commercial, retail and residential and vary in size from less than one acre to over 35,000 acres.
LVA has assisted dozens of homebuilders with their land planning and land entitlement needs, from small developments to award-winning master planned communities.
Numerous resorts have enlisted LVA’s skills in land planning and land entitlement in developing some of the finest luxury resorts in Arizona.
LVA has been retained to provide expertise to several public agencies in Arizona, including cities and towns, ADOT, MCFCD and various Native American communities.
Government & Educational Institutions
We have helped find unique solutions for campus design, planning and renovation, including various healthcare systems, business campuses, schools and universities.
Consultants from various disciplines have assisted LVA in accomplishing our clients’ goals, including architects, land brokers, artists, golf course designers, hydrologists, construction managers, sign design consultants, civil engineers, traffic engineers, water and wastewater consultants, public relation consultants and zoning attorneys.
LVA’s experience also includes working with individuals, banks, solar projects, cemeteries and waste management facilities.
We represent developers and orchestrate rezones. LVA is an asset because of their common-sense approach. In school you learn the technical side, but not everyone can understand the practical side of development. That’s something you just can’t teach.”
Nicholas J. Wood ,
Department Head of Zoning and Land Use Planning
Snell & Wilmer