We meet the highest environmental and ecological standards.

Brodie will reduce total impervious cover from approximately 84 percent to a maximum impervious cover of 54 percent, a 36 percent reduction, and fully comply with the Save Our Springs (SOS) Ordinance standards for non-degradation of water quality. The project will restore and reserve 11.6 acres of the site, currently developed as surface parking lots and single-story retail and office buildings, as private park and open space.

We are proposing to preserve all heritage trees in place or transplant on-site and develop interpretive materials about the Edwards Aquifer and Barton Creek Greenbelt. These efforts will reduce heat island effects and provide a shade-rich landscape which will help foster pedestrian transportation. Of foremost importance, the focus on multi-modal travel will reduce emissions and reliance on fossil fuels.