Tableau Development offers fee development, project management and advisory services to select clients involving complex or long-term assignments. These services include: entitlement processing, design team supervision, construction oversight, equity and debt negotiations, community outreach and presentations, and land assembly.
Types of project assignments often include:
Tableau Development's principal has decades of affordable housing experience in both the public and private sectors. Tableau's principal has structured and completed dozens of affordable housing projects throughout the United States comprising thousands of units. These projects have ranged from acquisition and major rehabilitation of expiring-use Section 8 apartment properties to public housing revitalizations to affordable homeownership developments. Tableau is expert at identifying and obtaining creative financing sources necessary to finance low-income housing and has worked successfully with leading financial institutions, foundations, nonprofit housing corporations and numerous local, state and federal housing finance agencies to execute projects.
Tableau provides the following services related to affordable housing:
Tableau Development Company is an experienced developer of urban in-fill projects and offers investment opportunities in well-located properties in transitioning and established neighborhoods where enhanced value can be created through quality construction of well-designed residential and mixed-use developments. Tableau focuses on high-density housing in the greater San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California in submarkets ripe for growth. Tableau's principal has over 25 years of experience in acquiring, entitling and constructing over 5,000 multi-family apartments and condominiums, many of which were executed in "high barrier to entry" municipalities cementing the firm's reputation as a collaborative, results-oriented development firm. Tableau's wealth of public development experience has made it an effective partner with localities seeking cooperative public/private partnerships in transitioning urban locales.