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Transit Oriented Development & Walkable Urban Places C o n n ec ti n g p eo p l e to pl ace


SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY COURTS

CAROUSEL MALL SITE

CITY HALL

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY PARKING STRUCTURE

STODDARD AVENUE

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RIALTO AVENUE

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TRANSIT CENTER SITE

ATHOL STREET VALLEY STREET PARKING FIELD

ARROWHEAD CREDIT UNION BALLPARK

OAK STREET

MILL STREET

ARROWHEAD AVENUE

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VALLEY STREET

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INTERSTATE 215

TRACK RIGHT-OF-WAY

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SAN BERNARDINO TRANSIT DOWNTOWN PROJECT

5-MINUTE WALKING RADIUS PLAN

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ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHICS/ WAYFINDING INTERIOR DESIGN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PLANNING SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTING

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Since the firm’s founding in 1960, Cooper Carry has grown into

a global design practice with thoughtful, collaborative design as the cornerstone of our core principles. With professionals in architecture, graphic design, interior design, landscape architecture, planning and sustainability consulting, we embrace a holistic philosophy. This approach has enabled us to provide our clients with a more thoughtful, collaborative design process; one that merges all aspects of the project. From our offices across the United States, we have been privileged to provide this comprehensive view of design services to the most prominent private, institutional and public entities throughout the world.

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Cooper Carry’s studios focus the talents of our design specialists on projects that demand in-depth understanding of the unique aspects of a project. Our knowledge of the nuances of various project types smoothes the path to a successful design. Every studio is guided by veteran principals knowledgeable in the specialty area and accomplished in the practice of connective design.

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SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY

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Transit-Oriented Development At Cooper Carry we understand the importance of connecting people to place. This is especially true when designing transit stations and the communities which surround them. Our experience in having designed more than 80 mixed-use projects with transit as an integral part has honed our design skills

due to there being so many nuanced influencers for these type projects. This, coupled with our transit team’s design of more than a dozen transit stations, has resulted in Cooper Carry designers being uniquely qualified to design your next transit oriented project.


Emory Point, Phase 1,Atlanta, Georgia


Walkable Urban Places


Connected to Dunwoody MARTA Station State Farm Park Center Dunwoody, Georgia Phase One consists of 585,000 SF office building and parking structure with a direct connection to public transit. Design Services: Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Design, Environmental Graphic Design and Planning


Served by Buckhead MARTA Station, a 2000 foot walk away.

10 Terminus Atlanta, Georgia 236,000 GSF, 155-Residential Units and 225-Structured Parking Spaces and 30,000 SF of retail. Design Services: Architecture, Interior Design and Planning


Served by Lenox MARTA Station, less than a 1/4 mile walk.

AMLI at City Place Atlanta, Georgia 358,528 SF / 240 Units 474 Space Parking Deck Design Services: Architecture, Interior Design and Landscape Architecture


Emory Point, Phase 1 Atlanta, Georgia 4-Acres, 260,400 GSF, 182-Units and Street Level Retail, Design Services: Architecture, Interior Design and Planning


Emory Point, Phase II Atlanta, Georgia 307 Units, 258,400 SF Residential, 42,200 SF Retail Design Services: Architecture


Mizner Park Boca Raton, Florida Public/Private Development, 28.7 Acre Master Plan, 236,000 GSF of Retail, 272,000 GSF of Residential, and 262,000 GSF of Office. Design Services: Architecture and Planning


Served by Lindbergh MARTA Station at its center Lindbergh City Center Atlanta, Georgia 350-acre redevelopment plan; (Phase I): 270,000 SF / 160 condominium and apartment units; 120,000 SF / 300 room hotel; 1,200,000 SF office space; 330,000 SF retail space and station improvements to enhance access and capability. Design Services: Architecture, Environmental Graphic Design and Planning •2001: ULI, Excellence in Urban Design Award 2002: ULI Award for Excellence •2002: Congress for the New Urbanism, Best Block in America Award •(Phase I): Citizen’s Neighborhood Coalition Award for Most Beautiful Place in Bethesda


Metropolitan at Midtown Charlotte, North Carolina 30-acre blend of Retail, Residential, Office. Design Services: Architecture, Interior Design and Planning


Served by Bethesda Red Line and future Bethesda Purple Line

Bethesda Row Bethesda, Maryland 6 block Master Plan, 300 residential units; 93,000 SF of commercial space; 106,000 SF of office space. Design Services: Architecture and Planning


Directly connected to Five Points MARTA Station Underground Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia 220,000 SF of shopping, dining and entertainment, 12 acres, parking for 1,200 vehicles, and modifications to Five Points Marta Station. Design Services: Architecture, Master Planning


Directly served by Staten Island Ferry

Lighthouse Point Staten Island, New York 90,000 SF of retail in new and rehabilitated structures, 170 residential units in two towers and parking for 350 cars. Design Services: Architecture and Planning


San Bernardino Intermodal Station & TOD San Bernardino, California Pre-development, conceptual design, and visioning services for a San Bernardino, California Transit Station and Transit Village. Design Services: Architecture and Planning


Arts Center MARTA Station

Served by Arts Center MARTA Station immediately across West Peachtree Street.

AMLI Midtown at West Peachtree Street (Under construction) Atlanta, Georgia 407,053 SF / 350 Units 557 Space Parking Deck Design Services: Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Master Planning and Sustainable Design


Served by the New Jersey Journal Square Station and PATH

McGinley Square Jersey City, New Jersey 300,000 SF retail, 400 residential units, 150 key hotel, 230,000 SF office space 2,500 parking spaces. Design Services: Planning


Served by the White Flint Metro Station

North Bethesda Town Center Bethesda, Maryland 20 acres Design Services: Planning


Willet’s Point Conceptual Design Study Queens, New York Design Services: Planning


Heritage Fields Irvine, California 378-acre Heritage Fields TOD District - at the former 4,682 acre El Toro Marine Corps Air Station Site. Design Services: Planning


Served by Future Purple Line and light rail

Chevy Chase Lake Master Plan Chevy Chase, Maryland 14.9 acres Design Services: Planning


Transit Stations


Georgia Multi-Modal Passenger Terminal & Urban Redevelopment Plan Atlanta, Georgia 3 Passenger Rail Platforms, 60 Bus Bays, Streetcar Platform, Rooftop Park, Street & Interior Retail, Future Office & Residential Design Services: Public Outreach, Master Planning, Conceptual Building Design, Landscape (Park) Design, Environmental Graphic Design Designed in Association with FXFOWLE Architects


Lindbergh MARTA Station Capability Expansion Lindbergh City Center Atlanta, Georgia Design Services: Architecture, Environmental Graphic Design and Planning


North Side Station North Shore Connector Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Design Services: Architecture


North Springs MARTA Station Atlanta, Georgia Design Services: Architecture


Indian Creek MARTA Station Atlanta, Georgia Design Services: Architecture


Garnett MARTA Station Atlanta, Georgia Design Services: Architecture


Lancaster City Amtrak, Station Renovation Lancaster, Pennsylvania Design Services: Architecture


North Side Station North Shore Connector Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


Cooper Carry Connecting people to place F

ocused on the innovative design of exceptional spaces and places, Cooper Carry is one of the nation’s most dynamic, context-driven design firms. Our projects are crafted to enrich the experience of the people who interact with them for a day or a lifetime. An internationally recognized team of design professionals, with vast experience in a variety of project types, collaborate in the pursuit of excellence through the practice of connective design. Since our founding in 1960, we have steadily built a reputation for our attention to detail, thoughtful design and client service. Each project is a composition of imaginative connections amongst buildings and their components. But it doesn’t stop there as we strive to incorporate our projects’ interaction with surrounding buildings, communities and the environment . . . all of which are impacted by the other. Connecting people to place is the cornerstone of our design philosophy and it is that connectivity which anchors our architectural, planning and urban design approach. As an example, our design process treats landscape with equal importance to buildings and we pursue excellence in landscape design just as carefully as we do the design of the building itself. The net result then is that we combine architecture and landscape design into a rich composition of functional, thoroughly connected spaces, formed to enhance the experience of the inhabitant, thus celebrating not only the interior, but exterior environment as well.

Almost since our founding, sustainability has served as the foundation of our connective design philosophy. The result is that our team is inspired by the interconnections amongst natural systems which support our lives—plants, animals and the physical world they inhabit. Consequently, we collaboratively pursue creative design solutions using nature as our model with the result being a more holistic project. The connective design process simply assesses the sustainability of materials, the suitability of assembly methods, and the options for organizing buildings and landscapes into compositions which tend to maximize the advantages of solar orientation, weather, natural light, building conditioning, and other variables which affect the building’s environmental performance. In essence, we seek ways to optimize the human experience, thereby elevating the quality of life for all who come to live, work or play within the spaces and places we design.


TRANSIT-ORIENTED COMMUNITIES For more information please contact info@coopercarry.com or visit our website at www.coopercarry.com

Over 80 Walkable Urban Places Over 35 Transit Oriented Developments 12 Transit Stations

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