The University of Utah
College of Architecture + Planning
Christine Richman

GSBS Architects, Adjunct Professor

Christine believes that a key component of successful developments and communities is long-term economic sustainability. She specializes in finding creative solutions to difficult economic development, planning and government issues and problems. She is skilled at identifying the core issue and developing solutions that meet the needs of disparate interests. Flexible, incremental development concepts are her specialty. Her strategies can be implemented over time in response to market factors while maintaining an cohesive identity Her projects include real estate market analysis, redevelopments planning and tax increment area creation, master planning, economic development strategic planning and economic impacts analysis. Christine teaches Real Estate Market Analysis in the Masters in Real Estate Development Program at the University of Utah.