• Thomas L. Berkley Square, Phase I

    The overall TLBS project is a 242,000 square foot mixed-use development spreading over 1.56 acres of land in Downtown Oakland.

  • Thomas L. Berkley Square, Phase II

    SUDA broke ground on TLBS-Phase II in January, 2006. The project included 89 market-rate residential condominium units, parking for and additional 123 vehicles and 4,000 square feet of retail space.

  • La Escuelita Downtown Educational Complex

    SUDA/ADCo in joint venture with Turner Construction serves as the Construction Manager for the La Escuelita Education Complex Project.

  • Ghana National Museum On Slavery

    The Ghana National Museum On Slavery (GNMOS) will be an international institution for the archival preservation, study, documentation and interpretation of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade.

  • Cape Coast Castle (Slave Fortress)

    The museum will be an international institution for the archival preservation, study, documentation and interpretation of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade via the slave castles at Elmina and Cape Coast.

  • Oakland Arts & Retail Project

    Development of a 3 million square foot shopping and dining strip one-mile long in Downtown Oakland.

  • Ray and Alan Dones

    Learn more about SUDA and the people that are helping make a difference.

  • TBS Solar Installation

    Located in the burgeoning ‘Uptown’ section of Oakland, the TBS solar installation is one of the largest ever to be placed on an urban office building serving the public.


Strategic Urban Development Alliance, LLC (SUDA) specializes in urban land development, construction management, asset management, property management, project finance, and general construction contracting.


SUDA strives to include comprehensive community-building initiatives while profitably completing development projects on time and on budget. Fully committed to ecologically sound building systems, SUDA works to integrate renewable energy sources into projects wherever possible. The firm is currently diversifying services to include development of power generation and commercial energy delivery.

The company has created successful development and finance models through effective use of entitlements, implementation of taxable and tax-exempt finance strategies, co-venturing and building strategic partnerships with government agencies.

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