We all need places to unwind.

More often than not, our resort work is a combination of the setting and the strategy: a connection to the place and its past. While we primarily develop in urban communities,we enjoy the opportunity to also create places where people play. We believe it inspires the rest of our experiences. Our commitment to preservation is an intrinsic element of our resort work, emphasizing the connection between rejuvenation and a natural setting.

The Lodge, practice putting green, starter's canopy, original barn and outdoor terrace with the par five first hole coming in from the center right and extending around the wetland and above the Lodge.  In the lower right corner is the stairway leading from the Lodge up to the Village Clubhouse and the cabins.  Erin Hills is a daily fee golf course in Erin, Wisconsin and was designed by Hurdzan/Fry and Ron Whitten and built by Landscapes Unlimited, LLC, and has been choosen to host the 2011 US Amateur Chanpionship and the 2017 US Open Championship.  Photo by Paul Hundley; taken in August, 2012.

Our resort work focuses on connecting developments to their locations in more evocative ways. We pay careful attention to the historical context and architectural styles of a property’s surroundings, connecting guests to the place in ways that seem both unique and familiar. Whether beneath the dramatic peaks of the Rockies, amongst the misty knolls of the Great Lakes region or against the tranquil waters of the Gulf of Mexico, we consider ourselves stewards of natural beauty. Of course, our commitment to sustainability remains a core tenet, and this often means being excited about what we didn’t develop.

The roller-coaster par four 12th hole with the tees in the upper right (and the 13th green in the upper left) at Erin Hills, a daily fee golf course in Erin, Wisconsin.  Erin Hills was designed by Hurdzan/Fry and Ron Whitten and built by Landscapes Unlimited, LLC, and has been choosen to host the 2011 US Amateur Chanpionship and the 2017 US Open Championship.  Photo by Paul Hundley; taken in September, 2012.
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