Archive for 'Visual Analysis'
When starting a new development project it seems like an important first step is to develop a good working relationship and open line of communication with the community at large in which you will be building. I have noticed over the years that many community members don’t have the vision that perhaps a developer, architect [...]Full Story
The phrase “economic indicator” has become immensely popular as folks look to understand where our economy is heading and, more importantly, has the “great recession” ended. Leading indicators like building permits, initial jobless claims and manufacturers orders are watched intently with hopes for a positive change that would signal the beginning of a recovery. At [...]Full Story
It is one thing to take a photo of your site and use it in your pitch to secure an anchor tenant who insists there must be visibility to their building and signage from the main road or freeway. It is another thing altogether to take that same photo and simulate the building with pylon [...]Full Story
I’m hearing lots of discussion lately on how to market incomplete and/or neglected bank owned properties. Interestingly enough, these properties are perfect for Visual Analysis, or photo-simulations as they are often called. What is that you might ask? Essentially, a photo is taken of the subject-property and digitally enhanced to show the proposed completed condition. [...]Full Story
I recently called one of our industrial developer clients to check in on how their distribution project was going and specifically how the 3D aerial rendering we provided was working out for them. I knew the aerial view was going to be very important to the success of the leasing effort, since there was a [...]Full Story