Together we imagine, create, and build projects that reenvision existing areas into vibrant community spaces for uses such as education, dining and the arts.

Established in 1972, Howard CDM has created a tangible legacy by focusing on the needs of its clients, developing relationships, and successfully completing projects.

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Ground Broken on North Hollywood Affordable Housing Project
MSN Money

Construction Begins on 49-Unit Supportive Housing Project in North Hollywood
NBC Los Angeles

Mayor Garcetti Celebrates the Groundbreaking of a 49-Unit Supportive Housing Development in North Hollywood
City of Los Angeles

The Lazarus Complex: Some Investors Like Bringing Dead Properties Back to Life and are Finding the Rewards are More than Spiritual
Real Assets Adviser

Community Design Advocate Award Recipient Martin D. Howard, Community Entrepreneur
AIA Long Beach/South Bay

The 4 Best Restaurant Contractors in Torrance, CA
GC Magazine

The 7 Best Industrial Contractors in Long Beach, CA
GC Magazine

Studio One Eleven, Howard CDM Team to Transform Bellflower
LA Business Journal

Second Life for Shipping Containers: Selling Bao Buns and Baked Goods
New York Times

Downtown Armory Building Could be Transformed to Housing, Office Space Under New Proposal
Long Beach Post

Ironfire Workspaces Launches New Location with Howard CDM

Ironfire Workspaces to Operate New Coworking Facility in Bellflower
Press Telegram

First modular units arrive at Watts Works supportive housing development
Urbanize LA 

Studio One Eleven designing shipping container apartments for homeless in Watts
Curbed LA

New Supportive Housing Project Uses Shipping Containers
Globe St

Bellflower bargains to solve its homeless problem
Curbed LA 

Partnership Pays off for Bellflower Shelter
Los Angeles Business Journal

Bellflower Opens Homeless Shelter to House Vulnerable Residents
League of California Cities

Arclight Cinemas Has Officially Opened with Craft Beer, Plush Seating, and “Silent Popcorn”
Boston Magazine

Enrique Olvera’s Modern Mexican Restaurant Damian is Ready to Open in LA
Eater LA

Damian, Enrique Olvera and Daniela Soto-Innes’ long-awaited modern Mexican Restaurant, opens next week
Los Angeles Times

Buena Park homeless shelter has started taking residents
OC Register

Father’s Office Brings Famous Dry-Aged Burger to Downtown’s Arts District Next Week
Eater LA

Prominent Bay Area Roaster Sightglass Coffee Snags Big LA Restaurant Space
Eater LA

Buena Park’s 150-bed homeless shelter breaks ground, will serve all of north Orange County
OC Register

Neal Fraser Partners on New Mexican Cantina at the Original Farmers Market
Eater LA

Melissa Perello’s M. Georgina Brings Warmth to ROW DTLA
LA Weekly

Fancy New Cafe and Architecture Coming to Silver Lake’s Sunset Junction
The Eastsider

LA’s 2019 Michelin Stars, Mapped
Eater LA

The Best Bar Contractors in the US
GC Magazine

All The Best New — And Old — Food Halls Taking Over Los Angeles