Hillock Land Company identifies market opportunities and cultivates the relationships necessary to bring sites to their full potential. Relationships between our project teams, financial partners, and community stakeholders are centered on a shared vision and commitment to delivering long-term value for each project and neighborhood.
Innovative and design-conscious architecture is critical to delivering impactful buildings. We partner with a select roster of notable architects committed to pushing the design envelope, creating sustainable and environmentally responsible buildings, and pioneering site-specific solutions. Our design process involves first understanding our neighborhood and the goals for its future, and then establishing the scale and building form that has the best potential to promote these outcomes. Thoughtful consideration is given to floorplans, materials, landscaping, open space, and circulation, established through invention and rigorous coordination with our consultants and project teams.
We work to bring to life the artful creations established in workshops throughout the design process. By ensuring our construction teams participate and provide input from the onset of a project, we identify potential issues early on, seek options for value-engineering, and find construction solutions that allow us to meet the intention of each design. This collaborative and solution-oriented approach to construction is reflected in the field and with each trade, allowing us to meet timelines and deliver projects on budget.
Hillock Land Company partners with industry-leading property management firms that continue the vision of each project, established at its inception, throughout its operations. Frequent communication with our property managers and a hands-on approach throughout the life cycle of each project leads to the curation of a better living environment for all of our residents. We provide continuous feedback and detailed reporting to our lenders and financial partners, ensuring the realization of the collective goals for each building.