Steven A. Heikin, an urban designer and architect, is a co-founder and Senior Principal Emeritus of ICON Architecture, Inc.  His professional experience includes an array of award-winning mixed-use development, planning, and design projects, and mixed-income projects in the public interest that involve both new construction and rehabilitation.  Steve served as Principal-in-Charge of the award winning Quinnipiac Terrace project, which transformed an obsolete public housing project in New Haven into a 229-unit “community of choice,” including both rental and home ownership opportunities, and mixing families and senior residents on a riverfront site on the Quinnipiac River.  He led the planning and design of Olmsted Green, a mixed-income, mixed-use development on a 42-acre portion of the former Boston State Hospital site in Mattapan, the largest undeveloped tract of land in Boston. He holds an M.Arch. from the Yale School of Architecture and an M.C.P./U.D. from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. A resident of Brookline since 1988, he currently serves on the Brookline Housing Advisory Board and is Chair of the Brookline Planning Board.