A joint venture between two companies with industry history in real estate development – Concord Eastridge, Inc and Future Cities, LLC formed Capital City Partners, LLC and Green City Partners, LLC. The partnership between Concord Eastridge and Future Cities uniquely capitalizes on our combined portfolio of project experiences to create innovative, sustainable and responsible mixed-use developments. We bring our collective in-house talents, industry expertise, professional networks, and shared vision to every collaboration.
Future Cities’ professional track record complements Concord Eastridge’s wheelhouse: vertically integrated development that encompasses deal sourcing, entitlement, market research, project conceptualization, capital sourcing, project delivery, lease-up and asset management. In particular, Future Cities’ wealth of experience in forward-thinking mixed-use masterplans involving arena and live entertainment components is critical and accretive to the success of key projects that are underway.
Capital City Partners and Green City Partners are limited liability companies each with distinguished track records in the development of complex mixed-use urban projects.
Concord Eastridge has successfully developed across a range of asset classes including build-to-suit and multitenant office, hospitality, conference centers, research, retail and multi-family housing. Many of these developments have been executed for, or in close proximity to, major universities in downtown cores.
Future Cities has focused primarily on urban redevelopment projects that capitalize on the under-performing potential of urban cores and city centers. Future Cities’ work has revitalized downtowns like Los Angeles and reintroduced lost retail and entertainment uses to the urban cores of sprawl cities like Phoenix, Arizona.
Collectively, Capital City Partners are organized to design, finance, and rebuild in core areas.
Future Cities was founded in 2000 by architects Michael Hallmark and Sean Duncan. They brought with them experience in the design and development of destination attractors – signature sports, entertainment, and retail projects, and a belief that traditional developer-led approaches were not resulting in better cities. Future Cities seeks to find value in under-utilized urban real estate assets, exploring the synergy of uses, and creating richer and more sustainable urban places as a result.
As developers, Future Cities uses the design and planning process to create new development opportunities. Their development focus is on districts where unique venue programming can be enhanced by the creation of ancillary entertainment districts and mixed-use neighborhoods.