Arteco Partners views each project as an opportunity to grow professionally, join a new community, and leave a valued legacy. We thrive in pedestrian-scaled, mixed-use, and historic downtowns. We find long-tern solutions to challenging properties. As a result, our projects vary greatly in size, land-use, construction type and architectural design
Gerald “Jerry” Tessier
Edward “Ed” Tessier
Director of Marketing and Public Relations
Marketing/ Leasing Manager
Construction Assistant Manager
Riverside, Redlands plan to add ‘food halls’ to menu options
Within a few years, the Inland area will see new food halls open in Riverside and Redlands, following an urban trend of offering eclectic dining options under one roof.
Redlands officials this month approved a deal to sell an old citrus packing house to Pomona-based Arteco Partners, the same developer that is creating a Riverside food hall in a building leased from the city.
-The Press Enterprise
Historic Redlands packinghouse gets OK to become foodie, art haven
Months after city officials announced the Redlands Packing Plant project, the sale of the Mutual Orange Distributors Packinghouse has been approved.
The City Council, serving as the successor agency to the former Redevelopment Agency, gave the go-ahead on the sale Tuesday to Pomona-based Arteco Partners Inc. to transform the old packinghouse into a food hall.
-Redlands Daily Facts
High-end shops find home at Vail Headquarters
Handcrafted ice cream made with liquid nitrogen. Curated provisions for area chefs (and home “chefs.”) Custom pies baked to order.
These are some of the eclectic offerings from shops that have leased space in the Vail Headquarters, a long-in-the-works project that includes historic structures from the 19th century and new buildings that evoke the era.
-The Press Enterprise
Developers Lure ‘Creative Class’ To Suburban Downtowns
For many years, downtown Pomona, which lies a bit south of Interstate 10, about 30 miles east of Los Angeles, was characterized by what one developer calls “occupied vacancies.” The buildings were underused and downtown was lifeless.
But, led by two brothers who grew up in town, downtown now thrives around the Pomona Arts Colony. The colony is a tight collection of about 20 art galleries and show spaces interspersed with live-work lofts, offices, a smattering of restaurants and watering holes, a thriving nightclub and even some brand new development. More, maybe much more, is on the way.
-California Planning & Development Report
The School of Arts & Enterprise- Pomona, CA