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Tour & Panel Discussion at Habersham

July 10, 2018
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Habersham Park House
2 Habersham Park
Beaufort, SC 29906 United States
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Learn about the design and development process of one of the more mature new urbanist neighborhoods in the country.  We’ll have a panel discussion with the developers and town architect followed by a walking tour that’ll look at transect zone transitions, over 5 different housing types, commercial town center, preservation of green space and more.  Tour will be followed by a happy hour at the neighborhood watering hole.  Several dinner options in the town center as well.


Bob Turner, Town Founder

Bob Turner serves as President of The Habersham Companies founded in 1996. He oversees daily operations as master developer and broker in charge for the 280-acre traditional neighborhood development of Habersham located in Beaufort, SC. His previous work in the development field includes New Point and Spring Island, both located in coastal South Carolina. Bob is an active member of the National Town Builders Association.



Patrick Kelly, President of Development

Patrick Kelly joined Habersham Land Company as Project Manager in 2008 with a background in Landscape Architecture and Town Design. Patrick graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Honors College of Clemson University with a degree in Landscape Architecture in 2005 before becoming a Designer with the world-renowned town design firm Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company (DPZ). In addition to being a part of the design team of over 2 dozen projects across the southeast while at DPZ, Patrick helped found the Carolinas Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism and worked with DPZ Director Tom Low in developing initiatives such as Light Imprint New Urbanism and the Learning Cottage Concept. Currently, Patrick is President of Development at Habersham Land Company, Director of Commercial Leasing for the Habersham Marketplace, serves on the Habersham Merchants Council Board and is President of the MAKE District Economic Development Outside of work, Patrick enjoys running, supporting local food, baking bread and spending time with his wife Lauren and their two young children.

Eric Moser, Town Architect

Eric Moser is the Principal at Moser Design Group, Inc. a residential design, and New Urbanist planning firm located in Beaufort, South Carolina with a principle mission to design and re-introduce traditional settlement patterns, architecture and building methodologies into the context of walkable mixed-use communities. Beginning in 1992, with the pilot infill project of Newpoint in Beaufort, MDG embraced the principles of New Urbanism, and retooled the firm to concentrate on providing affordable, context driven, traditional architecture for pedestrian friendly communities. Along with introducing new designs, MDG continues to research and test new building and delivery methods. Particularly, those tectonics that replace the consumptive nature of throwaway buildings with more substantial, flexible buildings with sustainable materials, configurations and technologies that allow buildings to be built for the near term, and evolve for the long term. Eric is a frequent consultant across the United States and beyond for new and old towns, infill projects, hamlets, and neighborhoods. He collaborates with other professionals to plan, analyze and reintroduce historic local and regional building patterns. Eric is also Town Urbanist for his home village of Habersham where he lives and works.

Stephen Davis, President and Chief Executive Officer of Davis & Floyd (Moderator)

Stephen Davis is the president and chief executive officer of Davis & Floyd. As a son of the firm’s late founder, Emmett I. Davis, Jr., he has spent his entire career working with the company and participating in its growth. He excels in strategic planning and team building. Stephen’s experience includes providing permit coordination, regulatory compliance, rezoning and entitlements, and project management for private development and industrial clients. A pioneer in Traditional Neighborhood Development, he has managed private development projects involving award-winning, authentic communities. Outside of his role at Davis & Floyd, Stephen is involved with real estate development and timber-related activities with a high measure of conservation integrated in both. He and his wife live in Greenwood, SC, and have three children.

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