Zoning

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 adjusted the Deepblocks’ search for properties with less than 3,000 square feet. For this exercise, we considered these vacant. Then we searched for the allowable buildable area, and we discovered …

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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 for median income, median rent, and employment per population into a single economic index. These five tracts have the highest combined trends across all 218 Fort Worth tracts. The location …

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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 of the top five in this category, it has the highest median income of $123K. The race distribution is relatively homogeneous, with the white population making up almost 90% and …

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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 highest population density growth are in the northeast quadrant. Something is happening in this region of Fort Worth, and we received validation from the locals that there is an influx …

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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 the highest growth trends in any given city. It combines demographic growth, construction activity growth, zoning capacity, and economic growth. We are bullish on the results of these findings and …

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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 are placing their future density, but we can also see their zoning type. Fort Worth’s top three development capacity tracts are in industrial zoning districts. At Deepblocks, we find this …

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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 census tracts based on total buildable, but to my dismay, downtown Irving was not one of them. It was troublesome because we wanted a data-driven way of determining any city’s …

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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 index report was between ownership and crime. At least in the five sampled cities of Dallas-Fort Worth MSA, the correlation between crime and ownership had to do with the size …

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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 on five cities in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. We compared Irving, Fort Worth, Dallas, Arlington, and Garland across population density, economic growth, construction density, development density, and existing building …

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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, and when we started developing a Deepblocks index for investment, we hit a few stumbling blocks.  For example, when we looked for census tracts with the highest population growth, the …

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