Devon Provo is a land use planner with the Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental Practice Group in the firm’s Los Angeles office.
Areas of Expertise
Devon brings years of experience working with local cities, public agencies and private developers throughout Southern California as an urban planning consultant, preparing long-range planning policy documents and expediting development entitlements.
Devon is an experienced project manager skilled at building community consensus to bring complex projects to fruition. She specializes in land use due diligence, entitlements, policy writing and analysis and government affairs.
- Overseeing entitlements for multiple mixed-use hotel projects around Los Angeles, including an approximately 415,000-square foot mixed-use project in Chinatown and a 32.6-acre project in Benedict Canyon.
- Providing land use due diligence for a variety of mixed-use residential projects throughout Los Angeles, including a six-acre project in the Arts District.
- Representing developer in connection with a museum project in central Los Angeles. Role includes performing land use due diligence, preparing entitlements and supervising the environmental review process.
- Advising a client on a variety of land use matters, including performing due diligence for properties throughout the greater United States.
- Representing an affordable housing developer in connection with a permanent supportive housing project for formerly homeless veterans in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo.
- Overseeing entitlements for multiple school projects around Los Angeles, including development of two charter schools in the Pico-Union neighborhood.
- Overseeing alcohol licensing and entitlements for a historic cemetery and entertainment venue in Hollywood.
- Member, American Planning Association
M.A., Urban Planning, University of Southern California, 2016
B.A., Occidental College, 2014