TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT

Successful transit-oriented developments depend on three critical elements: design, diversity, and density.

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Park Van Ness
Washington, DC

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19NINETEEN Clarendon
Arlington, VA

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360° H Street
Washington, DC

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CityVista
Washington, DC

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Coast Highway Master Plan
Oceanside, CA

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Columbia Heights Revitalization
Washington, DC

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Crystal City Master Plan
Arlington County, VA

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Harrison Commons
Harrison, NJ

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Highland Park
Washington, DC

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Lionsgate at Woodmont Corner
Bethesda, MD

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Lyon Place at Clarendon Metro
Arlington, VA

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MacArthur Park Apartments
Los Angeles, CA

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Metro Westside Extension
Los Angeles, CA

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Monroe Street Market, Catholic University of America
Washington, DC

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Notch 8
Alexandria, VA

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Park Place
Washington, DC

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Park Triangle
Washington, DC

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Prince George’s Plaza Transit District
Hyattsville, MD

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Round Rock Downtown Master Plan
Round Rock, TX

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The Bartlett
Arlington, VA

TOD PROJECTS

Transit-oriented development requires innovative responses to the demands of modern living.

“We strive to create walkable urban places. Our designs leverage the investment in mass transit to maximize the benefits to our clients the future residents and workers, and the surrounding communities.”

TG+P works with developers, government officials, and members of the local community to ensure that our projects generate the socio-economic returns that stakeholders expect. We pride ourselves on creating vibrant, sustainable neighborhoods built around transit systems, because the people who live, work, and play in our transit-oriented developments expect nothing less.

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News / June 6 2015

John Torti Joins the National Board of the Congress for the New Urbanism.

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Authur Capper Carrollsburg in Washington DC wins ULI Impact Award!

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Torti Gallas' Los Angeles Office Taking Part in the ABTA's BT5K Run & Walk!

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