Project Examples

Hugh Futrell Corporation has designed, developed and built an unusual range of projects, from single family neighborhoods to downtown multi-story office buildings, from income-restricted apartments to luxury estate homes. Some examples are shown on this page. See Project List for more projects.

Because of our emphasis on collaboration with stakeholders, Hugh Futrell Corporation projects have rarely been controversial. Generally, our projects have received neighborhood support. In over 150 hearings through the years no project has ever been denied.

Wind Mill Planned Unit Development

Eighty-six moderate-income for-sale one- and two-bedroom townhouses arranged around a central community facilities core and preserved archaeological site.

Rincon Meadows

Twenty cedar-sided single family dwellings, one of the first subdivisions introducing new urbanist emphasis on porches, common social spaces and mixed-income units integrated into the neighborhood.

Pioneer 2000

General Contractor only. One Hundred Eighty-four market-rate and affordable apartments constructed in seven months.

Woodside Meadows

Nineteen estate lots, most constructed on a design/build basis, emphasizing tree preservation and careful site planning to minimize grading.

Marlow Apartments

General Contractor only. 140 market-rate and affordable apartments.

Shadow Creek

Developer only. Unit construction by the Trammel Crow Company. One Hundred and Eight apartments oriented to central core open space, man-made lake system and open space buffers along Santa Rosa Creek.

Bennett Valley Meadows and Bennett Valley Creek

Forty single family homes, some constructed through a joint venture. An early example of integrating second-units seamlessly into a single family neighborhood.

Montecito Glen

Thirty-three single family homes on a sensitive semi-hillside site. An example of close, collaborative design with the affected neighborhood.


Eighty smaller-lot single family units, along with integrated second units. Developer only.

Custom Design Build

Design/build of modernist estate residence in Santa Rosa foothills. Reflects emphasis of firm on range of design types.

Cottage Place

An affordable, vest-pocket neighborhood of detached homes with private access.

Mark West Commons

Forty-four Affordably priced duet-homes, chiefly occupied by first-time homebuyers, oriented around common facilities.

Nielson Estates

Eighteen duplexes for moderate-income tenants, designed to accommodate complex grades and the need for creek sensitivity and tree preservation.

St. Francis Knolls

Twenty large-lots, with home designs accommodating a visually sensitive site. Second units introduced throughout the project. Developer only.