Deepblocks is using AI to make site selection more efficient and effective

By Riley Kaminer Miami startup Deepblocks provides high-precision digital tools that enable real estate developers and investors to pick the best site for their projects. The startup …

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Developer Case Study: Mixed-Use in Medellin, Colombia

Using Deepblocks Developer, we can go worldwide and generate a new construction project analysis. Today we look at Medellin, Colombia.  As an architecture student, I …

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Deepblocks Developer is unique in its tailored assumptions and logic for each real estate development use.

Deepblocks Developer recognizes the unique characteristics of each development use type and incorporates a distinct set of assumptions to accommodate for this diversity. One of …

Read More →

The lightest and most comprehensive real estate development software.

Deepblocks Developer includes a comprehensive 3D modeler, advanced financial analysis capabilities, and the ability to export data in both PDF and CSV formats. Let us …

Read More →

A sophisticated software solution for comprehensive real estate development analysis.

The Deepblocks Developer offers a cost-effective solution with an array of essential real estate development tools in a single platform. During my graduate studies in …

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UL Interview: A Deep Dive on Deepblocks, Bringing Demographic Data to Pro Forma Modeling

In search of the best tools on the market to optimize pro forma modeling and feasibility studies, Tim Moore, a manager at ULI Boston/New England …

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Introducing Deepblocks Developer, a lighter feasibility software. 

Deepblocks Developer combines all the functionalities needed to do a back-of-the-envelope calculation for development and acquisition.  Excited to introduce a new product, Deepblocks Developer, a …

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Hundreds of commercial development sites with buildable areas between 50,000 and 500,000 SF in Fort Worth’s tract 1237.

With the second fastest economic growth, Fort Worth’s tract has plenty of room for new development. Downtown Fort Worth has loads of development capacity. We …

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Screen recording of deepblocks software showing the houses in fort worth built from the 1900s to 2020.

Three hundred sixty-one homes near downtown Fort Worth are nearly 100 years old.

Fort Worth tract 1038.00, near downtown, has 797 homes built between 1900 and 1960s.  There are numerous old houses with tons of character, great structures, …

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A sample of Deepblocks software showing the median income map layer ranging from 2013 to 2020 with the focus areas being census tracts in Downtown Fort Worth

Median income from 2013 to 2020 in downtown Fort Worth.

Some of Fort Worth’s downtown tracts’ median income has doubled in seven years. Fort Worth’s downtown tracts 1237.00 and 1038.00 are in the top five …

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Top five tracts with the highest economic growth trends in Fort Worth, Texas.

These five tracts in Fort Worth, Texas, have the highest growth trends in median income, median rent, and employment per population.  We’ve combined the trends …

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Feature Friday: Sea Level Rise Dynamic Layer – A tool for investing in coastal cities.

How the altitude of land transforms investment narratives in coastal cities.  The first time I heard about climate investing was when Little Haiti, a high-altitude …

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Residential opportunities in Fort Worth’s tract 1110.20.

There are 21 residential investment opportunities for rebuilding or renovating this Fort Worth neighborhood. We are testing different formulas for identifying early investment opportunities. In …

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The last vacant assemblages in Fort Worth’s census tract 1139.48.

In Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48, 16 vacant parcels and potential assemblages allow for light industrial, retail, or residential.  Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48 is the third …

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Fort Worth census tract 1139.46 has a median income of $123K and is the second fastest-growing population density.

What is happening in Fort Worth, Texas’s most luxurious and fastest-growing tract? Tract 1139.46 has the second fastest-growing population density in Fort Worth, Texas. Out …

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Map of Fort Worth, Texas that shows the top 5 census tracts in population density growth.

These neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas, have the highest population density growth.

Fort Worth neighborhoods with the highest population density growth cluster in the northeast quadrant. Four of the top five tracts in Fort Worth with the …

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Utopia in Fort Worth’s Downtown Tract 1233.02.

This Fort Worth downtown tract has unlimited zoning capacity and industrial-residential-agricultural mixed-use. We found a utopia in Texas. There is so much potential in downtown …

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The Ecosystem Zoning Typology in tract 1139.31, Fort Worth, Texas.

Industrial zoning and residential development coexist in two of Fort Worth’s top investment tracts.  Fort Worth’s distribution of zoning uses is fascinating. Tract 1139.31 is …

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Development Opportunities in tract 1139.43, Fort Worth, Texas.

What is the potential breakdown of investment and development opportunities in tract 1139.43? Tract 1139.43 in Fort Worth, Texas, is an ecosystem with zoning equally …

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The location of the top five Fort Worth neighborhoods according to our Investment Index.

Here are the locations of Fort Worth’s best neighborhoods for real estate investments.  Data-driven real estate investing is like having local knowledge everywhere. Local developers …

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Top five neighborhoods for real estate investment in Fort Worth, Texas.

We’ve compared all census tracts across Fort Worth based on demographics, construction, zoning, and economic conditions. Introducing our data-driven formula to identify census tracts with …

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The Market Scanner: Instant Development Potential

Imagine asking a city, “Where can I build 80 multifamily units?” What if you can have a conversation with a city? What would you ask …

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Arlington, Texas, has three times the development capacity of Garland and Irving.

Fort Worth has twice the development capacity of Dallas.  Calculating the total development capacity of an entire city requires an arduous digitization process. Municipalities may …

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Fort Worth plans for larger-than-life industrial growth.

Fort Worth’s tracts with the highest development density are all zoned for Industrial development. Zoning data is power. Not only can we identify where cities …

Read More →

How to capture the direction of downtown expansion.

The juxtaposition of current and future density delivers direction for real estate growth. We separated the top five tracts with the highest current inventory density …

Read More →

Visualization of future density: the path of an expanding downtown.

Mapping the future of density delivers the direction of a city’s growth. As a real estate developer, I’ve always wondered about the direction in which …

Read More →

StartUp innovation techniques from Silicon Valley. 

Is investment automation possible in real estate development? Over the past two weeks, I’ve shared findings from an automated, data-driven investment method. The objective is …

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The Densest Neighborhoods in Irving, Texas

Is it possible that the highest density doesn’t always indicate a city’s downtown district? We expected to find downtown Irving within the top five densest …

Read More →
A line graph showing the drastic increase of construction in Irving, Texas in 2018.

What caused the 2018 construction boom in Irving, Texas?

Irving, Texas, went from building an average of five million square feet per year to 60 million square feet in 2018. Did Irving, Texas, really …

Read More →
Two line graphs showing the 50-year construction trends.

Comparing 50-year construction trends between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.

Dallas and Forth Worth have inverse 50-year construction trends. How should we interpret these trend lines? According to our 50-year construction trend data, Fort Worth …

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A series of graphs showing the direct relationship between economic data and construction activity in 5 cities in Texas.

Are economic trends and construction activity correlated?

We have discovered a direct correlation between economic trends and construction activity in the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA.  The correlation between construction activity and economic trends …

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Instructional screenshots of Deepblocks software on how to use the export assumptions feature.

Deepblocks launches functionality to export development assumptions.

FEATURE FRIDAY With Deepblocks, you can export a CSV of the back-of-the-envelope development assumptions and integrate it into your pro forma. There is nothing like …

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Graphs showing the relationship of crime and household ownership in Texas.

Ownership and crime in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

What is the relationship between ownership and crime trend lines in small versus large cities? One of the most interesting correlations from our Deepblocks density …

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Density growth index applied to Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

How to leverage data to detect investment opportunities automatically? The first step is determining which city has the best metrics. We conducted a pilot study …

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A 3D city with colored overlays indicating the best locations for specific real estate development.

Density is the next level investment metric.

What is density, and how can we use it to identify early real estate investment opportunities? There are many ways to look at geographic data, …

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Fort Worth's top five tracts for each metric cluster in and around the downtown region or the city's northeast section. 

Real Estate Investment Automation: Narrowing down the best neighborhoods.

We used a data-driven approach to narrow down the best neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas.  Fort Worth, Texas, has 218 census tracts. The data we’ve …

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How many Multifamily Development Opportunities in Downtown Dallas, Texas?

In Downtown Dallas, 190 sites are vacant and allow between 100-500 units, and only six of those sites are larger than 9,600 SF.

Read More →

How much development potential is in Dallas, Texas?

Dallas, Texas has 294,122 sites, and 12% are vacant. That’s 35,643 vacant sites. Moreover, 17% of the vacant sites allow for the construction of at least 100 units. That’s 6,299 vacant sites with massive multifamily development.

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How many cities do we have live in the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA?

Two MSAs were in most demand, Dallas-Fort Worth and Tampa, Florida. These cities make sense because Texas and Florida benefited from the most significant migration influxes.

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How is data science different from software engineering?

Data science requires a curiosity for the subject matter, intimacy, a timid conversation, and a delicacy in each step. The results are unknown. There is nothing to win by rushing or arriving at a fast conclusion. It is consistent discovery, moving targets, a dance, or at least a hopeful embrace with data.

Read More →

Are there multifamily opportunities in Lincoln Park, Chicago?

Using the Deepblocks software, you can also test fit the development project. To maximize the total allowable units, we had to make the average unit size 410 SF. Units this size will be tiny one-bedrooms or small studios.

Read More →

Are there assemblage opportunities in Bridgeport, Chicago?

Deepblocks digitized the Chicago zoning map to help anyone find assemblages. You simply search for sites that allow for more than seven, in the case of Bridgeport, and that also have less than 3,000 SF of existing building area.

Read More →

How many multifamily assemblage opportunities are in West Town, Chicago?

Assemblages are growing in popularity due to the lack of land for new development. Using the deepblocks software, we first scoped out the general density of the area and noticed that most of the properties can yield between five and twenty units each.

Read More →

How many sites have development potential in Chicago?

Chicago has 604,319 properties under the Chicago Zoning Map. Deepblocks has digitized the Chicago Zoning Map to identify where the development opportunities are across the city.

Read More →

We have zoning for 16,430,232 sites in the US.

Deepblocks software includes zoning data for 16,430,232 sites in the US. Moreover, these data points are not just digitized, they are all part of powerful site-selection functionality

Read More →

Interested in the Chicago Zoning Map?

The Chicago zoning map is currently the most analyzed among all metropolitan cities. We looked into it, and it makes sense; Chicago is amidst a dozen mega development projects.

Read More →

Looking for Multifamily Development Opportunities?

Searching by units allowed is most straightforward in cities with zoning ordinances that include a unit-density value. This metric can vary from city to city and even within zoning ordinances.

Read More →

Why is the total buildable area the ultimate zoning value?

Total buildable area normalizes parcels and allows us to compare how much we can build, apples to apples. At the city scale, this metric gives us an instant snapshot of where a city is planning its growth.

Read More →

What is a development multiple?

A development multiple tells us how much development potential there is on any given property. It is an abstraction of how much room there is left for development.

Read More →

Can the Inland Empire be the foundation for a circular city?

There are benefits beyond having our “One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer” delivered on the same day. We’d have an opportunity for a truly circular economy. With this hybrid city, we reduce the need for transportation of all things.

Read More →

Can industrial warehouses and residential zoning coexist?

The only way to fulfill nearly instant delivery expectations is to bring the warehouses closer to our homes.

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Meet the top 30 Miami Founders of 2022

Miami Girls Foundation and Design District Miami present 2022 Miami Founders Award to recognize top 30 companies and women-founders behind them. To celebrate the legacy …

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What are the goals of our cities?

Our cities result from geometric urban design in collision with the economics of real estate development. Shaping a city is not trivial.

Read More →

Why can’t humans predict exponential growth?

During my time at Singularity, I had one of my career’s most important epiphanies—humans can’t predict exponential growth.

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What is a Smart City? A Brief Introduction

The future city is a living organism with an artificial mind that provides insights to decision-makers and the community.

Read More →

Six exciting South Florida and Miami companies to watch out for in 2022

The potential of AI seems to be limitless and Deepblocks offers a tool that harnesses some of that power. Their technology allows real estate developers to pinpoint parcels of real property and plan their projects accordingly.

Read More →

22 STARTUPS TO WATCH IN 2022

Deepblocks, which is designed to optimize returns for real estate investors, has secured at least $2.3 million from investors including CRCM Ventures and Singularity University Ventures.

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These are the women in Miami tech you need to know

Ramos is the founder and CEO of Deepblocks, a property technology venture that uses artificial intelligence to help real estate developers identify parcels for their projects.

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Austin, TX, Single Family Development: One unit per lot.

Explore Austin, TX, single-family community development and discover how to scan markets based on zoning criteria.

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New Ideas to Solve America’s Housing Affordability Crisis

Deepblocks – Miami, Florida: Deepblocks is utilizing technology to reshape development an entitlement decisions through a real-time analysis of financial and market data, in combination with local building regulations.

Read More →

Deepblocks is using AI to make site selection more efficient and effective

By Riley Kaminer Miami startup Deepblocks provides high-precision digital tools that enable real estate developers and investors to pick the best site for their projects. The startup …

Read More →

Developer Case Study: Mixed-Use in Medellin, Colombia

Using Deepblocks Developer, we can go worldwide and generate a new construction project analysis. Today we look at Medellin, Colombia.  As an architecture student, I …

Read More →

Deepblocks Developer is unique in its tailored assumptions and logic for each real estate development use.

Deepblocks Developer recognizes the unique characteristics of each development use type and incorporates a distinct set of assumptions to accommodate for this diversity. One of …

Read More →

The lightest and most comprehensive real estate development software.

Deepblocks Developer includes a comprehensive 3D modeler, advanced financial analysis capabilities, and the ability to export data in both PDF and CSV formats. Let us …

Read More →

A sophisticated software solution for comprehensive real estate development analysis.

The Deepblocks Developer offers a cost-effective solution with an array of essential real estate development tools in a single platform. During my graduate studies in …

Read More →

UL Interview: A Deep Dive on Deepblocks, Bringing Demographic Data to Pro Forma Modeling

In search of the best tools on the market to optimize pro forma modeling and feasibility studies, Tim Moore, a manager at ULI Boston/New England …

Read More →

Introducing Deepblocks Developer, a lighter feasibility software. 

Deepblocks Developer combines all the functionalities needed to do a back-of-the-envelope calculation for development and acquisition.  Excited to introduce a new product, Deepblocks Developer, a …

Read More →

Hundreds of commercial development sites with buildable areas between 50,000 and 500,000 SF in Fort Worth’s tract 1237.

With the second fastest economic growth, Fort Worth’s tract has plenty of room for new development. Downtown Fort Worth has loads of development capacity. We …

Read More →
Screen recording of deepblocks software showing the houses in fort worth built from the 1900s to 2020.

Three hundred sixty-one homes near downtown Fort Worth are nearly 100 years old.

Fort Worth tract 1038.00, near downtown, has 797 homes built between 1900 and 1960s.  There are numerous old houses with tons of character, great structures, …

Read More →
A sample of Deepblocks software showing the median income map layer ranging from 2013 to 2020 with the focus areas being census tracts in Downtown Fort Worth

Median income from 2013 to 2020 in downtown Fort Worth.

Some of Fort Worth’s downtown tracts’ median income has doubled in seven years. Fort Worth’s downtown tracts 1237.00 and 1038.00 are in the top five …

Read More →

Top five tracts with the highest economic growth trends in Fort Worth, Texas.

These five tracts in Fort Worth, Texas, have the highest growth trends in median income, median rent, and employment per population.  We’ve combined the trends …

Read More →

Feature Friday: Sea Level Rise Dynamic Layer – A tool for investing in coastal cities.

How the altitude of land transforms investment narratives in coastal cities.  The first time I heard about climate investing was when Little Haiti, a high-altitude …

Read More →

Residential opportunities in Fort Worth’s tract 1110.20.

There are 21 residential investment opportunities for rebuilding or renovating this Fort Worth neighborhood. We are testing different formulas for identifying early investment opportunities. In …

Read More →

The last vacant assemblages in Fort Worth’s census tract 1139.48.

In Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48, 16 vacant parcels and potential assemblages allow for light industrial, retail, or residential.  Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48 is the third …

Read More →

Fort Worth census tract 1139.46 has a median income of $123K and is the second fastest-growing population density.

What is happening in Fort Worth, Texas’s most luxurious and fastest-growing tract? Tract 1139.46 has the second fastest-growing population density in Fort Worth, Texas. Out …

Read More →
Map of Fort Worth, Texas that shows the top 5 census tracts in population density growth.

These neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas, have the highest population density growth.

Fort Worth neighborhoods with the highest population density growth cluster in the northeast quadrant. Four of the top five tracts in Fort Worth with the …

Read More →

Utopia in Fort Worth’s Downtown Tract 1233.02.

This Fort Worth downtown tract has unlimited zoning capacity and industrial-residential-agricultural mixed-use. We found a utopia in Texas. There is so much potential in downtown …

Read More →

The Ecosystem Zoning Typology in tract 1139.31, Fort Worth, Texas.

Industrial zoning and residential development coexist in two of Fort Worth’s top investment tracts.  Fort Worth’s distribution of zoning uses is fascinating. Tract 1139.31 is …

Read More →

Development Opportunities in tract 1139.43, Fort Worth, Texas.

What is the potential breakdown of investment and development opportunities in tract 1139.43? Tract 1139.43 in Fort Worth, Texas, is an ecosystem with zoning equally …

Read More →

The location of the top five Fort Worth neighborhoods according to our Investment Index.

Here are the locations of Fort Worth’s best neighborhoods for real estate investments.  Data-driven real estate investing is like having local knowledge everywhere. Local developers …

Read More →

Top five neighborhoods for real estate investment in Fort Worth, Texas.

We’ve compared all census tracts across Fort Worth based on demographics, construction, zoning, and economic conditions. Introducing our data-driven formula to identify census tracts with …

Read More →

The Market Scanner: Instant Development Potential

Imagine asking a city, “Where can I build 80 multifamily units?” What if you can have a conversation with a city? What would you ask …

Read More →

Arlington, Texas, has three times the development capacity of Garland and Irving.

Fort Worth has twice the development capacity of Dallas.  Calculating the total development capacity of an entire city requires an arduous digitization process. Municipalities may …

Read More →

Fort Worth plans for larger-than-life industrial growth.

Fort Worth’s tracts with the highest development density are all zoned for Industrial development. Zoning data is power. Not only can we identify where cities …

Read More →

How to capture the direction of downtown expansion.

The juxtaposition of current and future density delivers direction for real estate growth. We separated the top five tracts with the highest current inventory density …

Read More →

Visualization of future density: the path of an expanding downtown.

Mapping the future of density delivers the direction of a city’s growth. As a real estate developer, I’ve always wondered about the direction in which …

Read More →

StartUp innovation techniques from Silicon Valley. 

Is investment automation possible in real estate development? Over the past two weeks, I’ve shared findings from an automated, data-driven investment method. The objective is …

Read More →

The Densest Neighborhoods in Irving, Texas

Is it possible that the highest density doesn’t always indicate a city’s downtown district? We expected to find downtown Irving within the top five densest …

Read More →
A line graph showing the drastic increase of construction in Irving, Texas in 2018.

What caused the 2018 construction boom in Irving, Texas?

Irving, Texas, went from building an average of five million square feet per year to 60 million square feet in 2018. Did Irving, Texas, really …

Read More →
Two line graphs showing the 50-year construction trends.

Comparing 50-year construction trends between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.

Dallas and Forth Worth have inverse 50-year construction trends. How should we interpret these trend lines? According to our 50-year construction trend data, Fort Worth …

Read More →
A series of graphs showing the direct relationship between economic data and construction activity in 5 cities in Texas.

Are economic trends and construction activity correlated?

We have discovered a direct correlation between economic trends and construction activity in the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA.  The correlation between construction activity and economic trends …

Read More →
Instructional screenshots of Deepblocks software on how to use the export assumptions feature.

Deepblocks launches functionality to export development assumptions.

FEATURE FRIDAY With Deepblocks, you can export a CSV of the back-of-the-envelope development assumptions and integrate it into your pro forma. There is nothing like …

Read More →
Graphs showing the relationship of crime and household ownership in Texas.

Ownership and crime in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

What is the relationship between ownership and crime trend lines in small versus large cities? One of the most interesting correlations from our Deepblocks density …

Read More →

Density growth index applied to Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

How to leverage data to detect investment opportunities automatically? The first step is determining which city has the best metrics. We conducted a pilot study …

Read More →
A 3D city with colored overlays indicating the best locations for specific real estate development.

Density is the next level investment metric.

What is density, and how can we use it to identify early real estate investment opportunities? There are many ways to look at geographic data, …

Read More →
Fort Worth's top five tracts for each metric cluster in and around the downtown region or the city's northeast section. 

Real Estate Investment Automation: Narrowing down the best neighborhoods.

We used a data-driven approach to narrow down the best neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas.  Fort Worth, Texas, has 218 census tracts. The data we’ve …

Read More →

How many Multifamily Development Opportunities in Downtown Dallas, Texas?

In Downtown Dallas, 190 sites are vacant and allow between 100-500 units, and only six of those sites are larger than 9,600 SF.

Read More →

How much development potential is in Dallas, Texas?

Dallas, Texas has 294,122 sites, and 12% are vacant. That’s 35,643 vacant sites. Moreover, 17% of the vacant sites allow for the construction of at least 100 units. That’s 6,299 vacant sites with massive multifamily development.

Read More →

How many cities do we have live in the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA?

Two MSAs were in most demand, Dallas-Fort Worth and Tampa, Florida. These cities make sense because Texas and Florida benefited from the most significant migration influxes.

Read More →

How is data science different from software engineering?

Data science requires a curiosity for the subject matter, intimacy, a timid conversation, and a delicacy in each step. The results are unknown. There is nothing to win by rushing or arriving at a fast conclusion. It is consistent discovery, moving targets, a dance, or at least a hopeful embrace with data.

Read More →

Are there multifamily opportunities in Lincoln Park, Chicago?

Using the Deepblocks software, you can also test fit the development project. To maximize the total allowable units, we had to make the average unit size 410 SF. Units this size will be tiny one-bedrooms or small studios.

Read More →

Are there assemblage opportunities in Bridgeport, Chicago?

Deepblocks digitized the Chicago zoning map to help anyone find assemblages. You simply search for sites that allow for more than seven, in the case of Bridgeport, and that also have less than 3,000 SF of existing building area.

Read More →

How many multifamily assemblage opportunities are in West Town, Chicago?

Assemblages are growing in popularity due to the lack of land for new development. Using the deepblocks software, we first scoped out the general density of the area and noticed that most of the properties can yield between five and twenty units each.

Read More →

How many sites have development potential in Chicago?

Chicago has 604,319 properties under the Chicago Zoning Map. Deepblocks has digitized the Chicago Zoning Map to identify where the development opportunities are across the city.

Read More →

We have zoning for 16,430,232 sites in the US.

Deepblocks software includes zoning data for 16,430,232 sites in the US. Moreover, these data points are not just digitized, they are all part of powerful site-selection functionality

Read More →

Interested in the Chicago Zoning Map?

The Chicago zoning map is currently the most analyzed among all metropolitan cities. We looked into it, and it makes sense; Chicago is amidst a dozen mega development projects.

Read More →

Looking for Multifamily Development Opportunities?

Searching by units allowed is most straightforward in cities with zoning ordinances that include a unit-density value. This metric can vary from city to city and even within zoning ordinances.

Read More →

Why is the total buildable area the ultimate zoning value?

Total buildable area normalizes parcels and allows us to compare how much we can build, apples to apples. At the city scale, this metric gives us an instant snapshot of where a city is planning its growth.

Read More →

What is a development multiple?

A development multiple tells us how much development potential there is on any given property. It is an abstraction of how much room there is left for development.

Read More →

Can the Inland Empire be the foundation for a circular city?

There are benefits beyond having our “One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer” delivered on the same day. We’d have an opportunity for a truly circular economy. With this hybrid city, we reduce the need for transportation of all things.

Read More →

Can industrial warehouses and residential zoning coexist?

The only way to fulfill nearly instant delivery expectations is to bring the warehouses closer to our homes.

Read More →

Meet the top 30 Miami Founders of 2022

Miami Girls Foundation and Design District Miami present 2022 Miami Founders Award to recognize top 30 companies and women-founders behind them. To celebrate the legacy …

Read More →

What are the goals of our cities?

Our cities result from geometric urban design in collision with the economics of real estate development. Shaping a city is not trivial.

Read More →

Why can’t humans predict exponential growth?

During my time at Singularity, I had one of my career’s most important epiphanies—humans can’t predict exponential growth.

Read More →

What is a Smart City? A Brief Introduction

The future city is a living organism with an artificial mind that provides insights to decision-makers and the community.

Read More →

Six exciting South Florida and Miami companies to watch out for in 2022

The potential of AI seems to be limitless and Deepblocks offers a tool that harnesses some of that power. Their technology allows real estate developers to pinpoint parcels of real property and plan their projects accordingly.

Read More →

22 STARTUPS TO WATCH IN 2022

Deepblocks, which is designed to optimize returns for real estate investors, has secured at least $2.3 million from investors including CRCM Ventures and Singularity University Ventures.

Read More →

These are the women in Miami tech you need to know

Ramos is the founder and CEO of Deepblocks, a property technology venture that uses artificial intelligence to help real estate developers identify parcels for their projects.

Read More →

Austin, TX, Single Family Development: One unit per lot.

Explore Austin, TX, single-family community development and discover how to scan markets based on zoning criteria.

Read More →

New Ideas to Solve America’s Housing Affordability Crisis

Deepblocks – Miami, Florida: Deepblocks is utilizing technology to reshape development an entitlement decisions through a real-time analysis of financial and market data, in combination with local building regulations.

Read More →

Deepblocks is using AI to make site selection more efficient and effective

By Riley Kaminer Miami startup Deepblocks provides high-precision digital tools that enable real estate developers and investors to pick the best site for their projects. The startup …

Read More →

Developer Case Study: Mixed-Use in Medellin, Colombia

Using Deepblocks Developer, we can go worldwide and generate a new construction project analysis. Today we look at Medellin, Colombia.  As an architecture student, I …

Read More →

Deepblocks Developer is unique in its tailored assumptions and logic for each real estate development use.

Deepblocks Developer recognizes the unique characteristics of each development use type and incorporates a distinct set of assumptions to accommodate for this diversity. One of …

Read More →

The lightest and most comprehensive real estate development software.

Deepblocks Developer includes a comprehensive 3D modeler, advanced financial analysis capabilities, and the ability to export data in both PDF and CSV formats. Let us …

Read More →

A sophisticated software solution for comprehensive real estate development analysis.

The Deepblocks Developer offers a cost-effective solution with an array of essential real estate development tools in a single platform. During my graduate studies in …

Read More →

UL Interview: A Deep Dive on Deepblocks, Bringing Demographic Data to Pro Forma Modeling

In search of the best tools on the market to optimize pro forma modeling and feasibility studies, Tim Moore, a manager at ULI Boston/New England …

Read More →

Introducing Deepblocks Developer, a lighter feasibility software. 

Deepblocks Developer combines all the functionalities needed to do a back-of-the-envelope calculation for development and acquisition.  Excited to introduce a new product, Deepblocks Developer, a …

Read More →

Hundreds of commercial development sites with buildable areas between 50,000 and 500,000 SF in Fort Worth’s tract 1237.

With the second fastest economic growth, Fort Worth’s tract has plenty of room for new development. Downtown Fort Worth has loads of development capacity. We …

Read More →
Screen recording of deepblocks software showing the houses in fort worth built from the 1900s to 2020.

Three hundred sixty-one homes near downtown Fort Worth are nearly 100 years old.

Fort Worth tract 1038.00, near downtown, has 797 homes built between 1900 and 1960s.  There are numerous old houses with tons of character, great structures, …

Read More →
A sample of Deepblocks software showing the median income map layer ranging from 2013 to 2020 with the focus areas being census tracts in Downtown Fort Worth

Median income from 2013 to 2020 in downtown Fort Worth.

Some of Fort Worth’s downtown tracts’ median income has doubled in seven years. Fort Worth’s downtown tracts 1237.00 and 1038.00 are in the top five …

Read More →

Top five tracts with the highest economic growth trends in Fort Worth, Texas.

These five tracts in Fort Worth, Texas, have the highest growth trends in median income, median rent, and employment per population.  We’ve combined the trends …

Read More →

Feature Friday: Sea Level Rise Dynamic Layer – A tool for investing in coastal cities.

How the altitude of land transforms investment narratives in coastal cities.  The first time I heard about climate investing was when Little Haiti, a high-altitude …

Read More →

Residential opportunities in Fort Worth’s tract 1110.20.

There are 21 residential investment opportunities for rebuilding or renovating this Fort Worth neighborhood. We are testing different formulas for identifying early investment opportunities. In …

Read More →

The last vacant assemblages in Fort Worth’s census tract 1139.48.

In Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48, 16 vacant parcels and potential assemblages allow for light industrial, retail, or residential.  Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48 is the third …

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Fort Worth census tract 1139.46 has a median income of $123K and is the second fastest-growing population density.

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Map of Fort Worth, Texas that shows the top 5 census tracts in population density growth.

These neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas, have the highest population density growth.

Fort Worth neighborhoods with the highest population density growth cluster in the northeast quadrant. Four of the top five tracts in Fort Worth with the …

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Utopia in Fort Worth’s Downtown Tract 1233.02.

This Fort Worth downtown tract has unlimited zoning capacity and industrial-residential-agricultural mixed-use. We found a utopia in Texas. There is so much potential in downtown …

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The Ecosystem Zoning Typology in tract 1139.31, Fort Worth, Texas.

Industrial zoning and residential development coexist in two of Fort Worth’s top investment tracts.  Fort Worth’s distribution of zoning uses is fascinating. Tract 1139.31 is …

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Development Opportunities in tract 1139.43, Fort Worth, Texas.

What is the potential breakdown of investment and development opportunities in tract 1139.43? Tract 1139.43 in Fort Worth, Texas, is an ecosystem with zoning equally …

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The location of the top five Fort Worth neighborhoods according to our Investment Index.

Here are the locations of Fort Worth’s best neighborhoods for real estate investments.  Data-driven real estate investing is like having local knowledge everywhere. Local developers …

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Top five neighborhoods for real estate investment in Fort Worth, Texas.

We’ve compared all census tracts across Fort Worth based on demographics, construction, zoning, and economic conditions. Introducing our data-driven formula to identify census tracts with …

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The Market Scanner: Instant Development Potential

Imagine asking a city, “Where can I build 80 multifamily units?” What if you can have a conversation with a city? What would you ask …

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Arlington, Texas, has three times the development capacity of Garland and Irving.

Fort Worth has twice the development capacity of Dallas.  Calculating the total development capacity of an entire city requires an arduous digitization process. Municipalities may …

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Fort Worth plans for larger-than-life industrial growth.

Fort Worth’s tracts with the highest development density are all zoned for Industrial development. Zoning data is power. Not only can we identify where cities …

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How to capture the direction of downtown expansion.

The juxtaposition of current and future density delivers direction for real estate growth. We separated the top five tracts with the highest current inventory density …

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Visualization of future density: the path of an expanding downtown.

Mapping the future of density delivers the direction of a city’s growth. As a real estate developer, I’ve always wondered about the direction in which …

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StartUp innovation techniques from Silicon Valley. 

Is investment automation possible in real estate development? Over the past two weeks, I’ve shared findings from an automated, data-driven investment method. The objective is …

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The Densest Neighborhoods in Irving, Texas

Is it possible that the highest density doesn’t always indicate a city’s downtown district? We expected to find downtown Irving within the top five densest …

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A line graph showing the drastic increase of construction in Irving, Texas in 2018.

What caused the 2018 construction boom in Irving, Texas?

Irving, Texas, went from building an average of five million square feet per year to 60 million square feet in 2018. Did Irving, Texas, really …

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Two line graphs showing the 50-year construction trends.

Comparing 50-year construction trends between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.

Dallas and Forth Worth have inverse 50-year construction trends. How should we interpret these trend lines? According to our 50-year construction trend data, Fort Worth …

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A series of graphs showing the direct relationship between economic data and construction activity in 5 cities in Texas.

Are economic trends and construction activity correlated?

We have discovered a direct correlation between economic trends and construction activity in the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA.  The correlation between construction activity and economic trends …

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Instructional screenshots of Deepblocks software on how to use the export assumptions feature.

Deepblocks launches functionality to export development assumptions.

FEATURE FRIDAY With Deepblocks, you can export a CSV of the back-of-the-envelope development assumptions and integrate it into your pro forma. There is nothing like …

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Graphs showing the relationship of crime and household ownership in Texas.

Ownership and crime in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

What is the relationship between ownership and crime trend lines in small versus large cities? One of the most interesting correlations from our Deepblocks density …

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Density growth index applied to Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

How to leverage data to detect investment opportunities automatically? The first step is determining which city has the best metrics. We conducted a pilot study …

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A 3D city with colored overlays indicating the best locations for specific real estate development.

Density is the next level investment metric.

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Fort Worth's top five tracts for each metric cluster in and around the downtown region or the city's northeast section. 

Real Estate Investment Automation: Narrowing down the best neighborhoods.

We used a data-driven approach to narrow down the best neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas.  Fort Worth, Texas, has 218 census tracts. The data we’ve …

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How many Multifamily Development Opportunities in Downtown Dallas, Texas?

In Downtown Dallas, 190 sites are vacant and allow between 100-500 units, and only six of those sites are larger than 9,600 SF.

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How much development potential is in Dallas, Texas?

Dallas, Texas has 294,122 sites, and 12% are vacant. That’s 35,643 vacant sites. Moreover, 17% of the vacant sites allow for the construction of at least 100 units. That’s 6,299 vacant sites with massive multifamily development.

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How many cities do we have live in the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA?

Two MSAs were in most demand, Dallas-Fort Worth and Tampa, Florida. These cities make sense because Texas and Florida benefited from the most significant migration influxes.

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How is data science different from software engineering?

Data science requires a curiosity for the subject matter, intimacy, a timid conversation, and a delicacy in each step. The results are unknown. There is nothing to win by rushing or arriving at a fast conclusion. It is consistent discovery, moving targets, a dance, or at least a hopeful embrace with data.

Read More →

Are there multifamily opportunities in Lincoln Park, Chicago?

Using the Deepblocks software, you can also test fit the development project. To maximize the total allowable units, we had to make the average unit size 410 SF. Units this size will be tiny one-bedrooms or small studios.

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Are there assemblage opportunities in Bridgeport, Chicago?

Deepblocks digitized the Chicago zoning map to help anyone find assemblages. You simply search for sites that allow for more than seven, in the case of Bridgeport, and that also have less than 3,000 SF of existing building area.

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How many multifamily assemblage opportunities are in West Town, Chicago?

Assemblages are growing in popularity due to the lack of land for new development. Using the deepblocks software, we first scoped out the general density of the area and noticed that most of the properties can yield between five and twenty units each.

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How many sites have development potential in Chicago?

Chicago has 604,319 properties under the Chicago Zoning Map. Deepblocks has digitized the Chicago Zoning Map to identify where the development opportunities are across the city.

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We have zoning for 16,430,232 sites in the US.

Deepblocks software includes zoning data for 16,430,232 sites in the US. Moreover, these data points are not just digitized, they are all part of powerful site-selection functionality

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Interested in the Chicago Zoning Map?

The Chicago zoning map is currently the most analyzed among all metropolitan cities. We looked into it, and it makes sense; Chicago is amidst a dozen mega development projects.

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Looking for Multifamily Development Opportunities?

Searching by units allowed is most straightforward in cities with zoning ordinances that include a unit-density value. This metric can vary from city to city and even within zoning ordinances.

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Why is the total buildable area the ultimate zoning value?

Total buildable area normalizes parcels and allows us to compare how much we can build, apples to apples. At the city scale, this metric gives us an instant snapshot of where a city is planning its growth.

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What is a development multiple?

A development multiple tells us how much development potential there is on any given property. It is an abstraction of how much room there is left for development.

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Can the Inland Empire be the foundation for a circular city?

There are benefits beyond having our “One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer” delivered on the same day. We’d have an opportunity for a truly circular economy. With this hybrid city, we reduce the need for transportation of all things.

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Can industrial warehouses and residential zoning coexist?

The only way to fulfill nearly instant delivery expectations is to bring the warehouses closer to our homes.

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Our cities result from geometric urban design in collision with the economics of real estate development. Shaping a city is not trivial.

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The potential of AI seems to be limitless and Deepblocks offers a tool that harnesses some of that power. Their technology allows real estate developers to pinpoint parcels of real property and plan their projects accordingly.

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Explore Austin, TX, single-family community development and discover how to scan markets based on zoning criteria.

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Deepblocks is using AI to make site selection more efficient and effective

By Riley Kaminer Miami startup Deepblocks provides high-precision digital tools that enable real estate developers and investors to pick the best site for their projects. The startup …

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Developer Case Study: Mixed-Use in Medellin, Colombia

Using Deepblocks Developer, we can go worldwide and generate a new construction project analysis. Today we look at Medellin, Colombia.  As an architecture student, I …

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Deepblocks Developer recognizes the unique characteristics of each development use type and incorporates a distinct set of assumptions to accommodate for this diversity. One of …

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Deepblocks Developer includes a comprehensive 3D modeler, advanced financial analysis capabilities, and the ability to export data in both PDF and CSV formats. Let us …

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In search of the best tools on the market to optimize pro forma modeling and feasibility studies, Tim Moore, a manager at ULI Boston/New England …

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Introducing Deepblocks Developer, a lighter feasibility software. 

Deepblocks Developer combines all the functionalities needed to do a back-of-the-envelope calculation for development and acquisition.  Excited to introduce a new product, Deepblocks Developer, a …

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Hundreds of commercial development sites with buildable areas between 50,000 and 500,000 SF in Fort Worth’s tract 1237.

With the second fastest economic growth, Fort Worth’s tract has plenty of room for new development. Downtown Fort Worth has loads of development capacity. We …

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Screen recording of deepblocks software showing the houses in fort worth built from the 1900s to 2020.

Three hundred sixty-one homes near downtown Fort Worth are nearly 100 years old.

Fort Worth tract 1038.00, near downtown, has 797 homes built between 1900 and 1960s.  There are numerous old houses with tons of character, great structures, …

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A sample of Deepblocks software showing the median income map layer ranging from 2013 to 2020 with the focus areas being census tracts in Downtown Fort Worth

Median income from 2013 to 2020 in downtown Fort Worth.

Some of Fort Worth’s downtown tracts’ median income has doubled in seven years. Fort Worth’s downtown tracts 1237.00 and 1038.00 are in the top five …

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Top five tracts with the highest economic growth trends in Fort Worth, Texas.

These five tracts in Fort Worth, Texas, have the highest growth trends in median income, median rent, and employment per population.  We’ve combined the trends …

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Feature Friday: Sea Level Rise Dynamic Layer – A tool for investing in coastal cities.

How the altitude of land transforms investment narratives in coastal cities.  The first time I heard about climate investing was when Little Haiti, a high-altitude …

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Residential opportunities in Fort Worth’s tract 1110.20.

There are 21 residential investment opportunities for rebuilding or renovating this Fort Worth neighborhood. We are testing different formulas for identifying early investment opportunities. In …

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The last vacant assemblages in Fort Worth’s census tract 1139.48.

In Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48, 16 vacant parcels and potential assemblages allow for light industrial, retail, or residential.  Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48 is the third …

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Fort Worth census tract 1139.46 has a median income of $123K and is the second fastest-growing population density.

What is happening in Fort Worth, Texas’s most luxurious and fastest-growing tract? Tract 1139.46 has the second fastest-growing population density in Fort Worth, Texas. Out …

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Map of Fort Worth, Texas that shows the top 5 census tracts in population density growth.

These neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas, have the highest population density growth.

Fort Worth neighborhoods with the highest population density growth cluster in the northeast quadrant. Four of the top five tracts in Fort Worth with the …

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Utopia in Fort Worth’s Downtown Tract 1233.02.

This Fort Worth downtown tract has unlimited zoning capacity and industrial-residential-agricultural mixed-use. We found a utopia in Texas. There is so much potential in downtown …

Read More →

The Ecosystem Zoning Typology in tract 1139.31, Fort Worth, Texas.

Industrial zoning and residential development coexist in two of Fort Worth’s top investment tracts.  Fort Worth’s distribution of zoning uses is fascinating. Tract 1139.31 is …

Read More →

Development Opportunities in tract 1139.43, Fort Worth, Texas.

What is the potential breakdown of investment and development opportunities in tract 1139.43? Tract 1139.43 in Fort Worth, Texas, is an ecosystem with zoning equally …

Read More →

The location of the top five Fort Worth neighborhoods according to our Investment Index.

Here are the locations of Fort Worth’s best neighborhoods for real estate investments.  Data-driven real estate investing is like having local knowledge everywhere. Local developers …

Read More →

Top five neighborhoods for real estate investment in Fort Worth, Texas.

We’ve compared all census tracts across Fort Worth based on demographics, construction, zoning, and economic conditions. Introducing our data-driven formula to identify census tracts with …

Read More →

The Market Scanner: Instant Development Potential

Imagine asking a city, “Where can I build 80 multifamily units?” What if you can have a conversation with a city? What would you ask …

Read More →

Arlington, Texas, has three times the development capacity of Garland and Irving.

Fort Worth has twice the development capacity of Dallas.  Calculating the total development capacity of an entire city requires an arduous digitization process. Municipalities may …

Read More →

Fort Worth plans for larger-than-life industrial growth.

Fort Worth’s tracts with the highest development density are all zoned for Industrial development. Zoning data is power. Not only can we identify where cities …

Read More →

How to capture the direction of downtown expansion.

The juxtaposition of current and future density delivers direction for real estate growth. We separated the top five tracts with the highest current inventory density …

Read More →

Visualization of future density: the path of an expanding downtown.

Mapping the future of density delivers the direction of a city’s growth. As a real estate developer, I’ve always wondered about the direction in which …

Read More →

StartUp innovation techniques from Silicon Valley. 

Is investment automation possible in real estate development? Over the past two weeks, I’ve shared findings from an automated, data-driven investment method. The objective is …

Read More →

The Densest Neighborhoods in Irving, Texas

Is it possible that the highest density doesn’t always indicate a city’s downtown district? We expected to find downtown Irving within the top five densest …

Read More →
A line graph showing the drastic increase of construction in Irving, Texas in 2018.

What caused the 2018 construction boom in Irving, Texas?

Irving, Texas, went from building an average of five million square feet per year to 60 million square feet in 2018. Did Irving, Texas, really …

Read More →
Two line graphs showing the 50-year construction trends.

Comparing 50-year construction trends between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.

Dallas and Forth Worth have inverse 50-year construction trends. How should we interpret these trend lines? According to our 50-year construction trend data, Fort Worth …

Read More →
A series of graphs showing the direct relationship between economic data and construction activity in 5 cities in Texas.

Are economic trends and construction activity correlated?

We have discovered a direct correlation between economic trends and construction activity in the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA.  The correlation between construction activity and economic trends …

Read More →
Instructional screenshots of Deepblocks software on how to use the export assumptions feature.

Deepblocks launches functionality to export development assumptions.

FEATURE FRIDAY With Deepblocks, you can export a CSV of the back-of-the-envelope development assumptions and integrate it into your pro forma. There is nothing like …

Read More →
Graphs showing the relationship of crime and household ownership in Texas.

Ownership and crime in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

What is the relationship between ownership and crime trend lines in small versus large cities? One of the most interesting correlations from our Deepblocks density …

Read More →

Density growth index applied to Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

How to leverage data to detect investment opportunities automatically? The first step is determining which city has the best metrics. We conducted a pilot study …

Read More →
A 3D city with colored overlays indicating the best locations for specific real estate development.

Density is the next level investment metric.

What is density, and how can we use it to identify early real estate investment opportunities? There are many ways to look at geographic data, …

Read More →
Fort Worth's top five tracts for each metric cluster in and around the downtown region or the city's northeast section. 

Real Estate Investment Automation: Narrowing down the best neighborhoods.

We used a data-driven approach to narrow down the best neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas.  Fort Worth, Texas, has 218 census tracts. The data we’ve …

Read More →

How many Multifamily Development Opportunities in Downtown Dallas, Texas?

In Downtown Dallas, 190 sites are vacant and allow between 100-500 units, and only six of those sites are larger than 9,600 SF.

Read More →

How much development potential is in Dallas, Texas?

Dallas, Texas has 294,122 sites, and 12% are vacant. That’s 35,643 vacant sites. Moreover, 17% of the vacant sites allow for the construction of at least 100 units. That’s 6,299 vacant sites with massive multifamily development.

Read More →

How many cities do we have live in the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA?

Two MSAs were in most demand, Dallas-Fort Worth and Tampa, Florida. These cities make sense because Texas and Florida benefited from the most significant migration influxes.

Read More →

How is data science different from software engineering?

Data science requires a curiosity for the subject matter, intimacy, a timid conversation, and a delicacy in each step. The results are unknown. There is nothing to win by rushing or arriving at a fast conclusion. It is consistent discovery, moving targets, a dance, or at least a hopeful embrace with data.

Read More →

Are there multifamily opportunities in Lincoln Park, Chicago?

Using the Deepblocks software, you can also test fit the development project. To maximize the total allowable units, we had to make the average unit size 410 SF. Units this size will be tiny one-bedrooms or small studios.

Read More →

Are there assemblage opportunities in Bridgeport, Chicago?

Deepblocks digitized the Chicago zoning map to help anyone find assemblages. You simply search for sites that allow for more than seven, in the case of Bridgeport, and that also have less than 3,000 SF of existing building area.

Read More →

How many multifamily assemblage opportunities are in West Town, Chicago?

Assemblages are growing in popularity due to the lack of land for new development. Using the deepblocks software, we first scoped out the general density of the area and noticed that most of the properties can yield between five and twenty units each.

Read More →

How many sites have development potential in Chicago?

Chicago has 604,319 properties under the Chicago Zoning Map. Deepblocks has digitized the Chicago Zoning Map to identify where the development opportunities are across the city.

Read More →

We have zoning for 16,430,232 sites in the US.

Deepblocks software includes zoning data for 16,430,232 sites in the US. Moreover, these data points are not just digitized, they are all part of powerful site-selection functionality

Read More →

Interested in the Chicago Zoning Map?

The Chicago zoning map is currently the most analyzed among all metropolitan cities. We looked into it, and it makes sense; Chicago is amidst a dozen mega development projects.

Read More →

Looking for Multifamily Development Opportunities?

Searching by units allowed is most straightforward in cities with zoning ordinances that include a unit-density value. This metric can vary from city to city and even within zoning ordinances.

Read More →

Why is the total buildable area the ultimate zoning value?

Total buildable area normalizes parcels and allows us to compare how much we can build, apples to apples. At the city scale, this metric gives us an instant snapshot of where a city is planning its growth.

Read More →

What is a development multiple?

A development multiple tells us how much development potential there is on any given property. It is an abstraction of how much room there is left for development.

Read More →

Can the Inland Empire be the foundation for a circular city?

There are benefits beyond having our “One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer” delivered on the same day. We’d have an opportunity for a truly circular economy. With this hybrid city, we reduce the need for transportation of all things.

Read More →

Can industrial warehouses and residential zoning coexist?

The only way to fulfill nearly instant delivery expectations is to bring the warehouses closer to our homes.

Read More →

Meet the top 30 Miami Founders of 2022

Miami Girls Foundation and Design District Miami present 2022 Miami Founders Award to recognize top 30 companies and women-founders behind them. To celebrate the legacy …

Read More →

What are the goals of our cities?

Our cities result from geometric urban design in collision with the economics of real estate development. Shaping a city is not trivial.

Read More →

Why can’t humans predict exponential growth?

During my time at Singularity, I had one of my career’s most important epiphanies—humans can’t predict exponential growth.

Read More →

What is a Smart City? A Brief Introduction

The future city is a living organism with an artificial mind that provides insights to decision-makers and the community.

Read More →

Six exciting South Florida and Miami companies to watch out for in 2022

The potential of AI seems to be limitless and Deepblocks offers a tool that harnesses some of that power. Their technology allows real estate developers to pinpoint parcels of real property and plan their projects accordingly.

Read More →

22 STARTUPS TO WATCH IN 2022

Deepblocks, which is designed to optimize returns for real estate investors, has secured at least $2.3 million from investors including CRCM Ventures and Singularity University Ventures.

Read More →

These are the women in Miami tech you need to know

Ramos is the founder and CEO of Deepblocks, a property technology venture that uses artificial intelligence to help real estate developers identify parcels for their projects.

Read More →

Austin, TX, Single Family Development: One unit per lot.

Explore Austin, TX, single-family community development and discover how to scan markets based on zoning criteria.

Read More →

New Ideas to Solve America’s Housing Affordability Crisis

Deepblocks – Miami, Florida: Deepblocks is utilizing technology to reshape development an entitlement decisions through a real-time analysis of financial and market data, in combination with local building regulations.

Read More →

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