Meaningful Places, Redefined.

  What makes a place remarkable and memorable? Is it about trending headlines that reference the world’s ‘largest’ or ‘first’? Or, is it broader – like a development that integrates cultural, social, environmental, and economic practices of well-being into a single destination? With perceptions heavily influenced by media exposure, a love for technology, and desire Read More

Now Trending – 2021 Edition

In anticipation of a transformative year, the capacity to discover new things and form new insights is upon us. At EDSA, we are encouraged by recent research and global predictions that credit future investments in health, green infrastructure and education as a means to help countries achieve productive, inclusive and sustainable growth. Here’s what has Read More

Meaningful Third Places

Across the development spectrum, commercial and residential real estate often serve as the bookends with people living in certain areas and working in others. Some have opted for cross-over, mixed-use spaces where living in the same vicinity or even the same building delivers convenience and simplicity. However, these are just a few classifications in the Read More


  For students of all ages, the back-to-school jitters are normal. However, this academic year brings additional apprehension, especially for college students. A semester that was to be filled with football games, social gatherings and rooming with friends has quickly turned into remote learning and the reduction or elimination of on-campus housing. And, as COVID-19 Read More

Next Generation of Leadership

Dear friends and colleagues, More than 60 years ago, Edward D. Stone Jr. formed EDSA and in doing so, changed the profession of planning and landscape architecture – permanently and completely. Among his many attributes, Ed possessed an ability to recognize untapped talent and an individual’s full potential, which allowed him to assemble a truly Read More