The Meeks + Partners’ philosophy is simple. Being committed to our clients, we focus on timely service, design excellence and relationships. The quality of our work is reflected in the seasoned leadership that constitutes our team and in over 90 national and international multifamily awards Meeks + Partners has received. Perhaps, though, our best accolades are the long-term business partnerships that have evolved with our clients over the years. Today, we invite you to acquaint yourself with our people, our projects and our vision. With 40 years of setting new standards of design excellence in multifamily architecture, our knowledge and understanding of the market, whether in the United States or throughout the world, is what sets M+P at the top of its field.

Throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe, Russia and China, we have embraced each market’s unique building environment, adapting quickly, while maintaining the highest level of quality. Our focus is to explore each client’s aspirations using a creative plan to resolve the program. We approach each project with a thorough knowledge of the existing market, evaluating what is successful and exploring the site to maximize opportunities. We remain sensitive about our role in contributing positively to the quality of life in the communities we design. Recognizing the need for environmentally-sensitive projects, walkable communities and transit-oriented developments, our designs include sustainable components. When properly designed, the process yields benefits that transcend the creation of an attractive building or interesting commercial block. Through a collaborative process, M+P offers knowledge, experience, budgeting and problem-solving skills to create innovative designs that are enduring and timeless.

Our diversified scope of work includes:

  • Community Master Planning
  • Luxury Villas
  • High-rise
  • Mid-rise
  • High Density Mixed-use
  • Town Centers
  • Resorts
  • Garden and Affordable Multifamily Communities
  • Student Housing
  • Independent Senior Housing