Merging principles of ecology and sustainable place making with urban design, we integrate innovative entrepreneurs, forward thinking retail concepts, and next-generation green spaces into community centric real estate developments. We transform unused spaces into aesthetically appealing, revenue generating hubs. Using food as a catalyst for socioeconomic development, we created a scalable model for urban regeneration in postindustrial cities around the globe.
Located in a former auto body shop in Remington, a burgeoning industrial community, R. House, is a European style food hall serving as a launch pad for the concepts of 10 talented chefs and food entrepreneurs. In partnership with Seawall Development, Urban Pastoral designed, built, and currently operates two highly popular retail concepts within the $15M development.
Built in 1887, the American brewery was a preeminent business in the East Baltimore community, and the largest brewery in the state of Maryland, until it closed it doors in 1973, and subsequently sat vacant for over 30 years. Redeveloped in 2009, it now serves as the headquarters for workforce development social enterprise Humanim, Inc. In 2015 Urban Pastoral partnered with Humanim to activate underutilized space on the property with a state of the art hydroponic farm, research, and training facility.
Creating economic drivers through food businesses.
Solving complex food supply chain issues.
Cultivating the nation's future entrepreneurs
Urban Pastoral partnered with Booz Allen Hamilton and STEM Girls for Social Good, to launch an agricultural STEM education workshop for young women in Washington, D.C.
It is the robust network of community partners and supporters that ensures the long-term success of our developments.