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Awards – Stevenson Terrace

The Silicon Valley Business Journal named Stevenson Terrace by MidPen Housing as the Structures Award winner for best affordable housing project. Gates + Associates was cited for landscape design, and

In the News – Seniors Housing Business: Outdoor Space Design

Getting outside has never been as important as it is right now. Senior housing and Assisted Living centers across the country are prioritizing increased outdoor spaces and amenities, and our

In the News – ABC7: Restaurants Re-imagined, Outdoors

Re-opening retail depends a lot on outdoor spaces as our own Casey Case shared with ABC7 News at the Danville Brewing Company, which is part of Gates’ Danville Hotel project.

In the News – Commercial Property Exec: Pandemic Puts Premium on Landscape Architecture

The pandemic puts a premium on landscape architecture, says Gates, as developers expand outdoor amenities such as the ones featured at 808 West Apartments in San Jose, CA by Fairfield

In the News – Nat’l Real Estate Investor: Design for Health

Getting people outside is more than just our mission - it's a vital part of a healthy lifestyle backed by science! Gates shared with National Real Estate Investor about the

In the News – GlobeStreet: Outdoor dining takes off

Linda Gates outlines tips and tactics for retailers and property owners to maximize safely re-opening from the pandemic. Read more here. Published on May 26, 2020

In the News – SF Chronicle: Q&A with Casey Case, Gates + Associates

A Q&A with Casey as the firm moves into its 42nd year, and why she grew up loving landscape architecture. Read the full interview here!

Blog – Reaching Out to Our Communities Online

Here we are, in an ever-changing situation. As we strive to stay healthy during this crisis, we have come to value our outdoor community spaces and our connection with nature

Blog – Getting Outside, Now More Than Ever

By Casey Case, RLA, Gates + Associates The business closures and shelter-in-place orders resulting from the novel coronavirus are turning things upside down, but are also bringing some things back