Urban Re:Vision, a dynamic mixed-use redevelopment concept, is optimized to maintain a consistent density throughout the site and create an urban edge that will preserve the urban fabric within U.S. cities. Internally, the project responds to the site specific conditions on three levels. The base level is the plaza shaped by pedestrian traffic throughout the site and manifests the social conditions of the current use. Defining the plaza are the buildings that make use of exterior passive systems based on solar orientation and internal prefabricated components to compose the residential units. On top of the buildings are the roof gardens that provide open green spaces for the residence to socialize and harvest. Architecture, and the environments they create, need to adapt to new uses as functional and social factors change with time to truly be sustainable. This requires developers, designers, engineers, and all other participants to strategize about the impact their response to current programs will have on the urban environment of the future.