Creating a Vibrant New Neighborhood In Santa Monica’s Civic Center District
Santa Monica’s goal to revitalize and transform its Civic Center core into a walkable, green and life-sustaining community has finally been achieved! Recently, City Hall was brilliantly enhanced with the unique 6-acre Tongva Park and Ken Genser Square and now, the remaining “vacant lot” has been replaced with the ultimate impressive piece: The Village at Santa Monica, Related California’s $350M mixed-use development. Totaling one million square feet, The Village’s three LEED-certified residential communities are re-energizing the area with diverse housing options and architectural innovations, such as a 5th floor Skybridge Lounge linking two buildings at The Waverly; a rooftop pool deck with 360° panoramic views at The Seychelle; and a pedestrian “Living Street” fronted by live/work artists’ studios at The Belmar Apartments.
Fuscoe Engineering proudly contributed its full circle thinking® services to all of the new Civic Center area components. The team solved many challenging design issues, including surgically matching the varied edge conditions, preserving a historic brick storm channel that traverses the site and developing a sustainable urban street solution with a unique paver and water quality system.
Fuscoe takes pride in embracing full circle thinking® in shaping places people enjoy through creative designs with heroic service. full circle thinking® is an underlying approach and fundamental series of truths that guide how the firm operates, who is hired and the way each project is approached. Fuscoe has offices in Los Angeles, Irvine, San Diego, Ontario, El Centro and San Ramon. For additional information, please contact Robin Robinson at email@example.com or 949.474.1960.