You want to build housing?

We can help you make inspired and informed choices.

We offer:

  • Visionary thinking about multifamily housing for the 21st century, for people at all income levels.
  • Research and analysis of the social, political and cultural trends that shape housing today.
  • Coalition building and networking with housing stakeholders.
  • Assistance with the selection of architects, designers, contractors and other housing builders.
  • Provision of educational materials related to housing and urban policies.
We have a combined 60+ years of experience which has given us the expertise and connections to help build the great dwellings of tomorrow. 

We are based in Los Angeles, CA, and Madrid, Spain, so we bring a broad perspective, as well as fluency in Spanish and English.

We are passionate about housing that breaks with tired old models and offers a socially and architecturally rich living experience, as well as a positive impact on the cityscape.

If you want that too, call us for a consultation. 

 

David Kersh is co-author of Awesome and Affordable: Great Housing Now, a new media project produced by Friends of Residential Treasures: Los Angeles (FORT: LA). In his nearly 25 years as a strategic policy and advocacy leader, David Kersh has been instrumental in the successful passage of policy initiatives related to the construction industry and the housing sector. He has mobilized support in the political and planning process for the approval of the region’s most important public and private projects. Over the years, he has collaborated with business, housing, labor and nonprofit groups in the passage of construction funding ballot measures. More about David, here



Frances Anderton is the author of Common Ground: Multifamily Housing in Los Angeles (Angel City Press). She co-authored Awesome and Affordable: Great Housing Now, a new media project produced by Friends of Residential Treasures: Los Angeles (FORT: LA). She has co-produced short films for the nonprofit housing developers Community Corporation of Santa Monica and Venice Community Housing.  Anderton previously hosted the KCRW show DnA: Design and Architecture, and produced the current affairs shows Which Way, LA? and To The Point. She teaches urban typologies at USC. More about Frances, here.

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