Category: Real Estate Development

Reviving Dayton’s Julienne High School Site: From Controversy to Urban Development

Community Efforts to Save the Historic Building The former Julienne High School, a historic building in Dayton, Ohio, faced controversy as community members fought to …

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Philadelphia Community Fights for Affordable Housing

Dispute Over Demolition Moratorium Displaces 69 Households in Philadelphia A Philadelphia developer sued the city over a demolition moratorium and zoning changes. The developer’s decision …

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Exploring the Floor Area Ratios of Major Cities in Florida

City Development Capacity SF City Size SF City FAR Jacksonville 13,000,000,000 24,378,505,087 0.53 Tallahassee 7,000,000,000 2,919,937,684 2.40 Tampa 6,500,000,000 4,901,888,983 1.33 Orlando 2,500,000,000 3,319,716,508 0.75 …

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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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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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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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