People. Crafted. Places.

Building strong & vibrant places

We are New Urban West. We create original, inspiring spaces that amplify the best parts of its surroundings. 

Our passion for collaborative placemaking is the driving force for seeing possibilities

FEATURED PROJECTS

Originally built in 1927, the Temple Loft building was re-imagined as a collection of some of the most contemporary and prestigious lofts in Long Beach.  Including 82 units ranging from 800 to 3,000 sf with underground parking, gym, spa, clubhouse, and outdoor BBQ areas and spacious balconies.  

Re-envisioning golf course land into 380 single-family homes, new clubhouse, restaurant, exercise and pool facilities, and event venue, all while preserving 44% of land as open space, including a 29-acre greenbelt system with 4 miles of trails in beautiful north county San Diego.

Marja Acres transforms underutilized urban land into a gathering space that serves people of all ages and stages of life.  With a focus on inter-generational and sustainable living, Marja Acres has market-rate townhomes, deed-restricted Affordable senior apartments, urban farm, farm-to-table restaurant, shops, parks, and transit/bicycle connectivity to all that the City of Carlsbad has to offer. 

1301 is an adaptive-reuse, creative office building less than a 5 minute walk from the Metro Gold line station, just minutes from the Santa Monica Beach.  This 16,000 square foot office building is designed by EYRC Architects with a focus on creating a new storefront facade with structural steel, keeping the majority of the existing structure, and using new materials where they had the most impact.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

New Urban West has really set the bar extremely high. This is a model of how a developer and his team should work with the community. In fact, you may even want to give training lessons. This is one of the best designed projects that I have ever seen. This is a high quality project and there is no question in my mind it’ll be a huge asset to this area.

— Dianne Jacob, San Diego County Board of Supervisors

(Public hearing; Harmony Grove Village Project, 2007) 

New Urban West, Inc. 

2001 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 401

Santa Monica, CA 90403

 310.566.6390