John Shreve

  • Senior Urban Planner | Senior Principal
  • Tokyo, Kansas City

John Shreve is a Senior Principal at Populous who has been a practitioner of architecture, planning and urban design for more than 25 years, working with a wide range of clients across the globe. His career began with a community development corporation specializing in affordable housing and healthcare, and later expanded into more complex retail and mixed-use projects as a lead designer. During his career, John has led numerous award-winning designs for multiple public venues and mixed-use projects, with special attention on the impact these anchor buildings have on a city’s urban fabric and redevelopment efforts. His passion for urban planning expands to his ongoing teaching and research at the University of Kansas, where he is completing his PhD. John is the co-founder and Associate Director of KU’s New Cities Research Studio, a think tank in its fourth year of interdisciplinary research on aging and the built environment. New Cities has attracted growing attention and relevance as a creative forum that integrates innovative academic work with emerging trends in private industry. John is a trusted advisor to cities and universities, overseeing urban planning efforts for the firm and guiding the development of urban districts, campuses, and entertainment destinations to create memorable public spaces that highlight a community’s unique assets.

John Shreve is a Senior Principal at Populous who has been a practitioner of architecture, planning and urban design for more than 25 years, working with a wide range of clients across the globe. His career began with a community development corporation specializing in affordable housing and healthcare, and later expanded into more complex retail and mixed-use projects as a lead designer. During his career, John has led numerous award-winning designs for multiple public venues and mixed-use projects, with special attention on the impact these anchor buildings have on a city’s urban fabric and redevelopment efforts. His passion for Read More »

Work

Citi Field

  • New York
  • 2009

The New Arrowhead

  • Kansas City
  • 2010

University of Washington Husky Stadium and Football Training Facility

  • Seattle
  • 2007

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