Location Analysis and Site Selection

Real Estate Feasibility and Strategies

Downtown and Community Market Strategies

We conduct these studies for developers and businesses seeking a location for their project through a detailed study of market and land attributes.These factors include visibility, accessibility, transportation networks, demographics and socio-economics, supply and demand, workforce, tax climate, and regulatory environment.

After careful evaluation of these factors, along with a client's site requirements, we identify potential sites for a location or relocation.

We work with developers and promoters, studying commercial, residential, and mixed-use projects to determine their viability in a given market.

Through a rigorous supply and demand analysis, we will identify the optimal volume, sizes, formats, and price points for any project.

We provide strategies for attracting and retaining businesses and residents to build strong communities and downtown cores.

These strategies can focus on improving shopping districts, residential options, optimal land utilization, business recruitment and retention, economic diversification, or creating regional attractions.

Highest and Best Use Studies
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Regional Economic Assessments and Strategies

We help real estate owners and developers determine the highest and best development use for their parcel. These studies focus on site and locational attributes, and may also reflect the results of supply and demand analyses for two or more land use categories.

We combine a number of analytic approaches, including site selection, location analysis, pro formas, and supply and demand studies, to help identify the highest and best use of a unique parcel.

These analyses of a region’s economy and demography identify economic trends, industry diversification, and project future demands. This allows real estate developers, municipalities, and corporations to undertake targeted development strategies, make more informed planning decisions, and proactively address economic and community needs.