Eli Martin, R.A.

Eli Martin is a founding member of the firm and has extensive experience in the public and private sectors in all aspects of architecture and urban design. Eli has been involved in large-scale neighborhood and community planning projects. These efforts have often resulted in the creation of mixed-income housing opportunities, increased retail and community facilities, and improved access to public transportation. His expertise in the use of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program has resulted in the creation of hundreds of units of new housing. Many of these  projects have centered upon his involvement in the establishment of redevelopment areas and master plans, establishing bulk standards, development and design guidelines. He has designed new, market-rate housing and has successfully adapted older, historic buildings for cultural and residential reuses.  Eli has successfully led efforts to secure numerous grants as funding sources for various projects, including those with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HOPE VI), NJDOT, NJ Historic Trust, Urban/Enterprise Zones and Community Development Block Grants. As a resident of lower Manhattan and Long Island's North Fork, Mr.Martin is active in local community affairs and the tending of his vegetable garden.


  • Monticello Redevelopment

  • Bridgeton Hope VI

  • Seabrook Learning Center

  • Countryside Village

  • Lafayette Senior Center