Landmark Consultants
                                       55 years of leadership in complex real estate development solutions

55 years of leadership in complex real estate development solutions

Welcome to Landmark

We specialize in custom-tailored assignments for mid to large-scale development including mixed-use, resort-residential and hotels.
We act as Client representative by optimizing these assets through strategic planning initiatives, locational analysis, market positioning and branding through to on-site execution and project delivery.
We further represent our Client with lenders, shareholders, institutional and private investors, and disposition.
Our Clients' project directives often include site evaluations, entitlements, government liaison, market and feasibility studies, operations, master planning, product analysis, sales & marketing, dispositions, and work-out solutions.

Why Landmark Consultants?
The road to recovery for Real Estate development demands a high degree of real time experience, critical thinking, strategic planning and implementation expertise.  Landmark is tactically positioned 'ahead of the curve' on this road through its exceptional industry relationships and its track record of success. Confidentiality: Protecting our client's expectations for privacy and confidential information is often a business requirement. It is standard practice for Landmark to execute Confidentiality, Non Disclosure or Non Circumvent Agreements.

We have delivered over 35,000 thousand acres in mixed-use, residential-resort development assets, including over 2500 residential units,  Projects range in size from 20 acres to 13,000 acres and include award winning communities such as Wintergreen Resort, Stoney Creek at Wintergreen, Hilton Head Plantation, The Owners Clubs, John’s Island, Stowe Mt. Lodge, Palmira and the Shores at Gulf Harbour.

Our Perspective

The Community of Tomorrow – a hybrid approach.                                       While the influence of Baby Boomers has been around for some time and will remain a factor through 2030, it is Gen X and Gen Y who stand to gain most in our economic recovery. The challenge therefore today for builders and developers is to embrace inclusive lifestyle offerings that truly reflect the desires of all three groups while understanding the complexities that each brings to the built environment.

The term 'hybrid' doesn't just belong to the auto manufacturers as their 'buzz word' of choice. It may also be used to describe the evolution in thought taking place from the board rooms of builders and developers throughout the country to local county planners and their vision for our future.

Flexibility, adaptability and appreciating the cultural diversities within each group is a new frontier from which will come the preferences, ideologies and environments that shape tomorrow's residential and commercial 'togetherness' profile.  Although generational gaps often provide the atmosphere for challenging new frontiers and building new worlds; in today's world these are truly only gaps, not chasms as in previous generations. Technology is the common thread that Baby Boomers created; with which Gen X became proficient, and Gen Y prolific users. Technology touches every aspect of their lives, and with it comes an unparallelled desire for diversity in language and lifestyle which in turn translates into a contextual, regional and local approach on how each desires to live, work and play.

There are current examples of 'experiments' in 'hybrid living' throughout the U.S. and other countries. For example 'Mixed Use' is now an accepted definition for communities that live, work and play together, but we should be cognizant of the translation 'mixed use' means within each group. Living smaller, closer to work or near mass transit has increasing appeal to some. The “era of less” appears to have taken hold with others, and the preference to live in more closely knit neighborhoods speaks to a desire for more physical human interaction. Yet this is a time where instant telecommunications create the exact opposite effect, that of geographically bringing closer our friends, relatives and business associates over long distances.

Are we then moving into an era of living more vertically than horizontally?

Are we truly at another frontier, and hitting the reset button?

Or is this an adjustment in how we accomplish living into the future while still holding on to our inherited and often cherished traditions.

A little of each, and that's where the new emphasis on Master Planning must fulfill expectations through the accelerated use of methodologies and components that strike a balance over the next 20 years with all three groups.  'Green' and 'Sustainability' are the latest marketing hot buttons, and while they seem on the surface to answer many negatives in past development practices, they must be able to tie together the forces of modern technology with the construction of a more inclusive approach that lures all three groups to this new culture of diversity in both city and suburban neighborhoods.

Through employing this 'hybrid' approach, developers can tactically position themselves 'ahead of the curve' in delivering the critical thinking, strategic planning, adaptive development initiatives and cost-contained operational strategies for the built environment of tomorrow.

Land Acquisition
Project Execution
Disposition Advisory

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 Mixed Use • Hotels


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