"My firm has worked with Kim during the past decade on a wide-variety of multi-family developments ranging from luxury condominiums to workforce housing. She is very capable and particularly good at providing creative design that responds to both a project's architectural style and project budget. Further, Kim is very reliable, conscientious, and responsive to owner direction. I would not hesitate in strongly recommending her to other property owners and developers."
-Bruce Dorfman, Principal, Thompson | Dorfman Partners, LLC
"I have worked with Kimberlee Colvin for almost fifteen years. Over the years, she has done much of the interiors work for our company, Emerald Fund, and its related entities. Her latest effort was 333 Harrison, Rincon Green, our 326-unit building finished in February of 2013. Kim was responsible for all the interiors. Rincon Green is beautiful; the materials are gorgeous; the colors are pleasing’ the cabinets, lighting, counters, sinks etc., etc. are the best quality and the best taste. Kim did a superb job. I cannot recommend Kimberlee Colvin enough. She is timely, talented, honest and understands budgets. Finally, she is a very nice person and a pleasure to work with.
-Oz Erickson, Principal, Emerald Fund
Seeing the light: Staircases brighten mid-block town houses, featuring Cotati Station, San Francisco Chronicle, September 12, 2004
MODEL HOME: 1700 De Anza, San Mateo Home in the western hills, featuring 1700 De Anza, San Francisco Chronicle, March 18, 2007
At the Mandalay by the bay, featuring Peninsula Mandalay, San Francisco Chronicle, January 30, 2005
Condominiums at last: Benicia project had been rentals since the 1980s, featuring Highlands, San Francisco Chronicle, November 5, 2006
800 High Street, Palo Alto: At home in center of town, featuring 800 High Street, San Francisco Chronicle, March 12, 2006