Soto Architecture

Fernando brings over 20 years of experience in the design, documentation and construction administration of large urban developments. His expertise includes new construction and renovations of mixed-use, multifamily, senior living, student residences, and assisted living communities.

Fernando’s responsibilities include code analysis, quality control review, scheduling, and reviewing contracts. Fernando oversees all aspects of the design in a collaborative yet resolute manner with all stakeholders.

Fernando has significant experience working on tenant in-place renovations, adaptive re-use projects, as well as new construction developments in urban areas. He combines his knowledge of the requirements presented by local jurisdictions and stakeholders’ desires, with his talent crafting valuable and exceptional spaces that enrich our buildings, neighborhoods and cities.

Fernando is a board member of MiCasa, a nonprofit affordable housing developer committed to providing quality affordable housing in the Washington, DC area. Fernando is also a fellow of the ULI Leadership Program and a frequent Guest Speaker and Juror at the University of Maryland, George Washington, and Catholic Universities.

Speaking at the Following:

Mar 28

Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Tools to Unlock Housing Supply: Making Cities Nimble and Adaptable

10:45am – 12:15pm
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel, Salon 3-4 (Salon Level 2)

Cities are living and breathing ecosystems, yet often operate with outdated zoning regulations and housing codes that make them unable to adapt when needed. This has been evident for a long time, but the pandemic radically changed how we live and work, creating a new set of opportunities and challenges. This panel will discuss innovations […]