Dan Yannaccone is an Associate Principal at MNLA who has been instrumental in the firm’s success since 2008. Boasting over 20 years of experience, Dan is a visionary site planner dedicated to integrating ecological and sustainable principles into his designs, creating spaces that resonate with people and the environment. His expertise shines through in the successful leadership of projects nationwide, including waterfront parks, resiliency initiatives, public and private plazas, parks, streetscape enhancements, historic and cultural landscapes, and cutting-edge stormwater management systems. From schematic design to construction administration, Dan adeptly navigates local and state agencies to secure approvals and permits for a diverse range of public and private clients. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from Rutgers University.
Dan’s commitment to sustainable practices and his ability to navigate complex regulatory landscapes positions him as a valuable asset at MNLA. His wealth of experience and leadership skills contribute significantly to the successful realization of notable projects such as West Point Foundry Preserve, Newport Park and Pier, and Little Island ensuring they align seamlessly with client objectives and broader environmental considerations.