How We Help Make an Impact

Projects That Affect Communities

Community is a lot of different things, right? It’s the people that are in it, it’s the built environment, it’s the jobs, it’s all of that mixed up together. The heart and soul of Urban Assets is targeting projects that address all of those things. 

More Affordable Housing

With close to 400 units planned within two projects currently under construction, diverse housing options will benefit residents as well as the surrounding communities.

A More Engaged Community

Part of our code of ethics is serving the needs of the community. This is the primary reason planners do their job and it begins with communication and engagement. Listening to the community forms the basis of all the work that we do in planning.

Improved Service Delivery

Planners are everywhere, often in the background, making things happen. Our role is really about taking very complex situations, understanding them from all sides, and having the technical and personal skills to move each project forward.

$230 Million in Community Projects

We champion community projects, like a first-time minority-led major project in Madison that secured a grocery store for a neighborhood at risk of losing one, or the revitalization of an idle, abandoned, and underutilized site that was unlikely to be redeveloped solely by the private sector, and the replacement of a central city clinic helping to alleviate extreme hardship for their most vulnerable patients.

Positive Community Impacts

Urban Assets’ overarching mission is to positively impact our community. The map below shows projects we have worked on in the Madison region that support our mission.

Click the icons to reveal more information about a project.

Projects

Explore our recent projects focusing on commercial office space, a medical clinic, mixed-use affordable housing, workforce housing, and planning a rapid transportation system.

Community Engagement Ambassadors

A collaborative team of high school students form our Community Engagement Ambassador team to help engage our community in projects taking place in Madison.

The role of a Community Engagement Ambassador, or CEA, is to ensure that all of the community is able to participate in city events, in particular communities of color.

Our current team participants are Jada Matson, Daisy Barrera, Marcio Sierra, and Michel Hernandez. Be sure to check out their Instagram Page at urbanassets_cea.

How can we help you?

We deliver strategic project management for community-oriented, property development, and urban planning initiatives. How can we help?