Jeff is a principal at glaserworks who specializes in mixed use, complex urban infill and walkable neighborhoods. He has studied old and new neighborhoods and mixed use projects around the country – from the regional planning scale to sidewalk details. Jeff is a passionate advocate of compact pedestrian-oriented design and the efficient, wise use of land.
Jeff is a strong advocate for Form-Based Codes – a type of easily understandable zoning code which enables developers to develop the walkable, mixed use neighborhoods that many communities desire. Jeff is also an advocate for public participation in design and has led multiple public “charrettes” (design workshops) ranging in size from a dozen participants to over 700 participants.
Jeff is a registered architect with over 25 years of experience working on a wide variety of projects including master planning, multiple and single family housing, retail, restaurants, office, adaptive reuse and historic restoration. His clients include private developers, businesses, governments, non-profit institutions and neighborhood groups. He has worked as a general contractor, a real estate developer, and owns investment property. Jeff is a member of the American Institute of Architects, is NCARB Certified and is a LEED Accredited Professional.
He is a member of several organizations representing different concerns of real estate development including the Congress for a New Urbanism and the Urban Land Institute. Jeff has held numerous positions on non-profit boards and is currently on the Board of Directors of the Cincinnati chapter of the American Institute of Architects and is Vice-President of the Cincinnati Brewery District Board of Trustees.