Eric Fang is an architect and urban planner, and Principal at Perkins Eastman. As co-leader of the firm’s Urban Design and Planning practice, Eric has led large-scale urban redevelopment, transit-oriented development, and resiliency projects for public agencies, private developers and large institutions nationally and internationally. His focus is on helping cities, communities, and regions develop and implement strategies for sustainable and equitable growth. A lifelong student of the city, he has published and lectured widely on resilience, transit-oriented development and He holds an M.Arch. from the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University and B.Arch. from Columbia University.