AO Founder, Jack Selman, is having a Very Good Year

2019 OC 500 Directory of Influence | Orange County Business Journal (OCBJ)

Mr. Selman has helped lead AO to becoming the largest local architecture firm. On the heels of our 45th anniversary and new brand image, Jack is featured in the OCBJ 2019 OC 500 Directory of Influence.

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Strengthening Community via Mixed-Use Industrial

By Dan MacDavid, AO | The Mann Report

Over the past several decades, development trends have shifted to give more importance to placemaking and user experience. Now industrial development is following suit…

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How Drone Technology is Changing Real Estate

By Liz Froment | LoopNet

Drones play a role in everything from planning views to assessing crops. AO’s Bruce Greenfield discusses how he uses drones to design with a view in mind.

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California Retail Puts Emphasis on Placemaking

By Nellie Day | Shopping Center Business

California’s leading retail experts weigh in on what’s holding the state down, and what’s lifting the state up…

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Visions for a Multi-Mixed-Use Project

By Katie Murar | Orange County Business Journal

“There’s nothing like this in Orange County,” said Tom Bergerson. That’s saying something for a principal at AO, whose career in design spans three decades…

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Multifamily Trends by Generation

By Ed Cadavona, AO | Builder & Developer

Millennials, Boomers, and the intergenerational gap redefining multifamily…

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CRE Begins to Come Around on Technology

By Bruce Greenfield, AO | Western Real Estate Business

The CRE industry is good at many things, but remaining on par with the latest technologies hasn’t been one of them. Thankfully, that’s beginning to change…

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Laguna Beach’s $1B Makeover

By Mark Mueller & Katie Murar | Orange County Business Journal

Mo Honarkar, a longtime Laguna Beach resident, businessman and investor has a $1 billion plan to revitalize his hometown…

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All Aboard: Expo Line developers are racing to meet demand

By Hannah Madans | Los Angeles Business Journal

Areas like Santa Monica and downtown have long been development hubs. In the last few years, Culver City has thrown its hat in the ring, attracting major companies…

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Apartments Deliver Luxury at Former Post Office

By Michael Aushenker | San Fernando Valley Business Journal

The Clarendon will put 335 units on narrow parcel next to 101 in Woodland Hills.

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