Harrison Tucker


Across Harrison’s experience living in a diversity of places (Charlotte, Chapel Hill, Hong Kong, rural Honduras, San Francisco), building real estate in several metropolitan centers (Nashville, Milwaukee, DC), and traveling to the world’s great cities, he has developed a nose for city evolution and a skill for turning innovative real estate ideas to reality. Born and raised in Charlotte by an avid outdoorsman and a real estate broker, he witnessed tracts of forests and farmland consumed by suburban sprawl. Years later, New Urbanism ideas led to his – and Space Craft’s – conviction that real estate can reverse this trend of sprawl and instead build places that promote health and joy, expand opportunity, and repair our natural systems.

Prior to founding Space Craft, Harrison (and an amazing team!) spent seven years developing sustainably built elementary schools in low-income neighborhoods, including the first Net Zero Energy charter school in the United States. He received a B.A. in Economics, a B.A. in Philosophy, and a Minor in Music from UNC Chapel Hill.  He is an Eagle Scout and served in the Peace Corps in Honduras.

John Perovich


Inspired by great cities in Europe, Asia, and the Americas, John is motivated to create places that promote human flourishing. He enjoys urban cycling, and learning about cities as complex systems.

Prior to Space Craft, John was a financial consultant focused on impact investing and public-private partnerships. His past clients included government agencies, financial institutions and social enterprises. In partnership with Tideline Advisors, Third Sector Capital Partners, and SVT Group, John has supported a range of projects that include development finance, Pay for Success, local economic development and environmental restoration. John began his career as an investment banker at PNC Bank in New York. He earned a dual Bachelor of Science in Physics and Applied Mathematics from the University of New Mexico, and a Master of Science in Financial Engineering from Columbia University.

Josh Gresham

General Counsel

Living in Buenos Aires and Spain for several years convinced Josh that cities can be places built for people and community instead of cars and isolation. His appreciation for urbanism and sustainability has only grown since then. Besides learning about the ways that the law influences our shared spaces — through regulation, zoning, tax incentives, etc. — Josh also enjoys picking up a hammer on his own small-scale home renovation projects, reading science fiction, and playing music.

Before joining Space Craft, Josh was a partner at a boutique law firm based in Washington, D.C., where he advised business clients on privacy matters, in addition to regulatory and commercial matters more broadly. Prior to that, he was a commercial litigation associate at Latham & Watkins in San Francisco, after a federal clerkship in the Central District of California. Josh received his J.D. from the UC Berkeley School of Law and graduated with Highest Distinction from UNC Chapel Hill. He is barred in both California and North Carolina.

Mohit Shewaramani

Director of Operations + Strategy

As a one-time resident of Delhi, Berkeley, Berlin, San Francisco, and New York, Mohit is a staunch urbanist. His personal and professional experiences have inspired a commitment to shaping urban places for a wide variety of preferences and lifestyles. He is a voracious neighborhood explorer and an avid city biker.

Prior to Space Craft, Mohit led multiple initiatives at the New York City Economic Development Corporation, the city entity charged with creating jobs, building infrastructure, and leveraging city-owned land. Mohit worked across a wide variety of topics: real estate, land use, broadband, freight distribution, and more. One highlight of his tenure was working with partner agencies on a strategy to grow the transit-oriented commercial office market in Brooklyn and Queens. Mohit started his career as a management consultant at Bain & Company after graduating from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Economics.

Brian Nicholson

Director of Construction

Brian brings a passion for placemaking and homebuilding that is best expressed via his emphasis on the details, from conceptual design to the delivery of new communities. When he is not sketching new thoughts or iterating through problem solving, he spends his time diving into outdoor activities with his family.

Brian is Principal and Founder of Rylake Consulting, creating value during the development, construction, and asset management process for development teams like Space Craft. Prior to Rylake, Brian accumulated extensive real estate experience across multifamily commercial office, retail, and hospitality. Most recently, he served as VP of Development for LMC, where he was responsible for executing multifamily and mixed-use real estate deals in the Carolinas. He spent ten years in the DC market, most notably as a Project Executive on high-rise condos and apartments valued over $1 billion for Kettler. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction from the University of Florida and a Master of Science in Real Estate from Johns Hopkins University.

Sarah Baxendale

Development Project Manager

Sarah has always been inspired by cities, initiated by growing up in Toronto and precipitated by visiting some of the world’s most interesting cities. She is intrigued by the intersection of the built environment and nature – and how they can positively influence one another. She believes that the cities of the future depend on sustainable, equitable, and innovative interventions that put an emphasis on the human-scale experience. Sarah is also a lover of nature and sports, especially tennis, golf, and (of course, as a Canadian) hockey.

Prior to Space Craft, Sarah worked on projects from conception to completion at several major architecture firms. Her experience includes large scale urban interventions, such as Sidewalk Toronto. She also served as a real estate project coordinator for CIBCSquare, a mixed-use development and transport hub in Toronto’s financial district. Sarah earned a Master of Architecture and an Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Real Estate (IGCRE) from the University of California, Berkeley, after receiving a Bachelor of Environmental Design focused on Architecture and Urban Design at the University of British Columbia.

Annie Hull

Development Project Manager

Experience with architecture and a love for cities have contributed to Annie’s conviction that an intimate relationship between design and development leads to better built environments. Annie is motivated by opportunities to create dense, sustainable, and pedestrian-oriented living environments that knit existing context with creative innovation. In addition to walking and biking around town, Annie enjoys hiking, skiing, and any kind of water sport.

Prior to Space Craft, Annie designed and built projects in established and emerging urban markets, including New York, San Francisco, and Tulsa. Her work spanned diverse scales and uses: from ground-up multifamily residential to K-12 education, including the first and only public Montessori school in Oklahoma. Annie earned a Master of Architecture and an Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Real Estate (IGCRE) from the University of California, Berkeley, after receiving a B.A. in Architecture from Yale University.

Emma Kenney

Asset Management & Retail Manager

Growing up near Washington, D.C., Emma spent time exploring museums and monuments using the city’s expansive transit system. She was inspired by the city’s union of public green spaces, accessible public transportation, and centers of learning. Her favorite places while exploring cities are unexpected and intimate alleyways, side streets, and open spaces created intentionally and accidentally by generations of development. Emma is always planning her next trip and enjoys trying local restaurants, hiking with her corgi, and a crisp glass of wine.

Before joining Space Craft, Emma worked as an analyst at a boutique private equity firm, where she focused on direct, cashflow-oriented investment strategies in aviation and specialty finance sectors. She began her career in the financial services audit practice at KPMG, working with a variety of clients that included large financial institutions and asset management companies across the East Coast. She earned a Bachelors of Science in Accounting from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Emma is a Certified Public Accountant in North Carolina.

Sanjeev Mundluru

Senior Strategic Finance Analyst

Sanjeev spent a significant portion of his formative years travelling between tennis tournaments across the major cities of Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Through these travels and his upbringing, he broadened his perspective beyond the Texan surrounds of his childhood and developed a particular love for the intersection of built and natural environments. Cities such as Singapore, Copenhagen, and Shenzhen exposed him to conscious design and its impact on alleviating societal and economic problems. He joined the Space Craft team because he believes in building walkable cities that provide equitable access to inhabitants regardless of socioeconomic status.

Prior to Space Craft, Sanjeev worked at Deloitte and EY as an external auditor, leading teams in the Real Estate, Pharmaceuticals, and Aerospace & Defense sectors. He also founded and sold a successful hospitality business. Sanjeev earned a Master of Accounting from the University of Southern California and a B.A. in Markets and Culture from Southern Methodist University. He is an active CPA in California and a licensed real estate agent in Texas.

Our operating principles

Incrementally Radical

We evolve purposefully. Each innovation cycle, we build on our successes, cut our losses, and try new things. Each step is incremental but, seen collectively, the change is radical.


We are humans and so are our partners. We treat each other and our partners with grace in good and bad times, in celebration and in disagreement. This is not mutually exclusive with having high standards.

High Locus of Control

We work with the belief that we have power over events and outcomes in our lives. We are hungry for ownership and accountability. Instead of blaming setbacks on outside forces, we take responsibility for adjusting course and finding a solution.

In it for the Long Haul

We pursue our goal of building delightful and sustainable communities over a long-term horizon and a grand scale.

Learning is Not Optional

We know new knowledge is required to blossom personally and professionally, so we set aside meaningful time to read, listen, or engage in other creative ways to learn. We question first principles but retain the humility to be wrong in light of new evidence.

The things that inspire us

We are not going to be able to operate our spaceship earth successfully, nor for much longer, unless we see it as a whole spaceship and our fate as common. It has to be everybody or nobody.

Buckminster Fuller

Soft City: Building Density for Everyday Life

David Sim

The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming

David Wallace-Wells

Great Streets

Allan Jacobs

We see a world of abundance, not limits. In the midst of a great deal of talk about reducing the human ecological footprint, we offer a different vision. What if humans designed products and systems that celebrate an abundance of human creativity, culture, and productivity? That are so intelligent and safe, our species leaves an ecological footprint to delight in, not lament?


Strength to Love

Martin Luther King, Jr.


Ray Dalio

All the fancy economic development strategies, such as developing a biomedical cluster, an aerospace cluster, or whatever the current economic development ‘flavor of the month’ might be, do not hold a candle to the power of a great walkable urban place.



Matthew Desmond

The Hidden Potential of Sustainable Neighborhoods

Harrison Fraker

Triumph of the City

Edward Glaeser

Here’s where redesign begins in earnest, where we stop trying to be less bad and we start figuring out how to be good.


Walkable City: How Downtown Can Save America, One Step at a Time

Jeff Speck

Urbanism leads to fewer miles driven… less air pollution, less carbon emissions…. less congestion, lower emissions, lower road construction and maintenance costs, and fewer auto accidents… lower health costs because of fewer accidents and cleaner air, which is reinforced by more walking, bicycling, and exercising, which in turn contributes to lower obesity rates. And more walking leads to more people on the streets, safer neighborhoods, and perhaps stronger communities. The feedback loops go on.

Peter Calthorpe

We bring our ideals
to work every day.

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