St. Michael’s College School was interested in renewing certain of its facilities, and at the same time, rationalize its campus holdings, including disposal of lands that are surplus to the School’s needs. Private development of these surplus lands will contribute to the capital required for the desired facility renewal and/or to support the ongoing work of the School. Urban Strategies lead a team of architects, engineers, and real estate specialists to confirm the capacity of the surplus lands as well as their potential use and revenue from development. Simultaneously, a strategy for renewed and expanded athletic facilities was established, including programming, building massing and high level costing. A number of options were developed to illustrate the implications of these choices and the resulting impacts on the character and quality of the School’s setting.