Proposed Medical Office Building – North Fulton County, Georgia – December, 1989 We analyzed the feasibility of developing a medical office building along the Georgia 400 corridor in north Fulton County. Our methodology included a thorough evaluation of factors driving growth in north Fulton County, such as population and employment trends, profile of major developments and companies, housing activity, and infrastructure improvements; an examination of the hospital market; an analysis of supply and demand conditions in the medical office market; and an evaluation of the specific project, including a comparison of two potential sites, competitive market position, physicians survey, and analysis of development economics.
Distribution Facility – Colonial Heights, Virginia – December, 1989 We evaluated the highest and best use of a 44,000 square foot distribution facility, in order to formulate a marketing strategy based on the property’s optimal use. The analysis focused on the site’s immediate environment, including land ownership, development activity, road network, and physical features of the land; potential uses and tenants for the site; and a pricing and marketing strategy.
59.6 Acres – Cobb County, Georgia – November, 1989 We prepared a highest and best use analysis for this key land holding in the southern portion of Cobb County. Our methodology included an evaluation of the economic climate, site, land sales and availability, and competitive market conditions for the following uses: office, hotel, retail, and apartment. The purpose was to formulate a land use plan and marketing strategy.
Muse’s Block – Atlanta, Georgia – October, 1989 We analyzed the highest and best use of four small commercial buildings that occupy approximately half of the Muse’s block in downtown Atlanta. The purpose was to determine whether it was economically feasible to renovate the existing structures. Several approaches were considered, with and without inclusion of the Muse’s property. An engineer and architect were retained as part of the consulting team to help address the structural condition of the buildings and the design issues related to redevelopment.
Proposed Greyhound Intermodal Terminal – Atlanta, Georgia – October, 1989 We analyzed development opportunities in the vicinity of the Garnett MARTA Station in downtown Atlanta in order to assess the merits of three potential locations for Greyhound’s proposed intermodal terminal. The purpose was to evaluate the impact of an intermodal terminal on the area’s development potential, as well as to determine the preferred location.
5.91 Acres – Atlanta Georgia – September, 1989 We analyzed the highest and best use of a site located on Peachtree Road in the Buckheadarea of Atlanta. The purpose was to evaluate the existing improvements, potential interim uses, and redevelopment possibilities in order to formulate a marketing plan. Competitive market conditions for the following uses were analyzed: office, hotel, retail, and apartments.
47.43 Acres – Gwinnett County, Georgia – September, 1989 We evaluated the highest and best use of a tract of land located at the interchange of Interstate 85 and Indian Trail Road in order to formulate the optimal development and marketing strategy. Our methodology included an area analysis that focused on population and employment trends, infrastructure improvements, and land availability and pricing; an assessment of the site’s physical and locational attributes; and competitive conditions in the office, retail, and hotel markets, as well as other commercial uses.