Eric Harrison brings expertise in land development with a focus on entitlements and complex approvals from governmental agencies to his role as senior vice president of development.
Prior to joining the SDG team, Eric was with DMB Associates, where he oversaw the entitlement of a large mixed-use urban infill project in the Bay Area. Eric has also been a team member at Signature Properties, where his responsibilities included property acquisition, due diligence, budget preparation, and development and implementation of entitlement strategies. Projects included infill developments ranging from a 125 unit mixed-use development to the reuse of a manufacturing site creating 3,000 units in a mixed-use transit-oriented community. Eric has also worked for Catellus Development Corporation, where he implemented the community development aspects of Mission Bay in San Francisco (all horizontal and public improvements) oversight of the initial infrastructure construction phase of over $100 million, creation of the public financing mechanism, establishment of the community governance structure for residential and commercial developments, transportation management association and a risk management plan to address the impacted soils.
Prior to relocating to the Bay Area, Eric worked for RBF Associates as Director of Planning, where he primarily worked with developers on master planned communities. He initially started his career working for the City of Anaheim as an Assistant Planner.
Eric received an undergraduate and a graduate degree from California State University Long Beach.
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