The Art of City Building II: Mixed-Income Housing & Transit Oriented Development in Santa Ana

Galeria Tufiño is also pleased to showcase the award-winning sustainable designs of McLarand Vasquez Emsiek & Partners (www.mve-architects.com).   
MVE & Partners are well-versed in the principals and design of
Transit-Oriented Development, Compact Neighborhoods, and Walkable
Communities.  Their projects represent instructive best-practices
examples of what Santa Ana could encourage in future development
projects. For commentary on the wonderful City of Santa Ana and more
information on November’s exhibit please visit:  http://www.galeriatufino.com/Galeria_Tufi%C3%B1o/Featured_Exhibit.html

Come discuss and debate about the future of Santa Ana! www.galeriatufino.com

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