Case Studies

  • Case Study: Strategic Development Direction for Anaheim Stadium District

    Real Estate Economics

    Angels Baseball and Brooks Street, the team’s real estate advisor and development partner, engaged RCLCO to provide consulting services in support of their attempt to purchase Angel Stadium, along with the surface parking lots surrounding the stadium...

  • Case Study: Economic Development for Point of the Mountain State Land Authority

    Real Estate Economics

    RCLCO began its work focused on the Point’s two greatest challenges: how to achieve the state’s economic development goals with development on site, and what role POMSLA ought to play in future real estate development. ...

  • Case Study: Rental Apartment Development During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Real Estate Economics

    RCLCO updated the forecasts in our initial study 60 days after the initial report was delivered to take into account all of the latest information and the latest outlook from the COVID-19 Downturn....

  • Case Study: Land Redevelopment and Project Implementation of Connor’s Creek Power Plant

    Real Estate Economics

    RCLCO worked with DTE to develop a collective point of view on the level of market support, the achievable character, and the scale of development the site can support, as well as a framework for discussing the risk that might be accepted by the develo...

  • Case Study: Palmetto Bluff Strategic Development & Segmentation Strategy

    Real Estate Economics

    RCLCO was retained by Crescent Communities to provide strategic recommendations and a detailed segmentation strategy for the master-planned community of Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton, South Carolina. At the time the community, like the industry overall, w...

  • Case Study: Sacramento City Center

    Real Estate Economics

    With the Sacramento Kings poised to build a new arena in Downtown Sacramento, the time was ripe for land owners around the planned stadium to explore changes in market conditions driving development from the improvements that the arena would catalyze....

  • Case Study: Landmark Mall

    Real Estate Economics

    Landmark was a mid-1960, 675,000 square foot regional shopping center with Macy’s (originally Hechts), Sears and Lord & Taylor (originally Woodward & Lathrop) anchors. Originally an open air center, it was enclosed in the 1990s to improve its competi...

  • Case Study: Tropicana Field Site Masterplan

    Real Estate Economics

    RCLCO, as part of a vision planning team led by HKS Architects, was selected by the City of St. Petersburg, Florida to provide master planning services for the Tropicana Field site in Downtown St. Petersburg, currently home to the Tampa Bay Rays....

  • Case Study: Analysis for the Lafitte Corridor

    Real Estate Economics

    As one of New Orleans’ signature revitalization projects in the wake of the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, the Lafitte Greenway was set to transform a former shipping canal and railroad right-of-way running through the heart of the city into a vib...

  • Case Study: Centennial Campus North Carolina State University

    Real Estate Economics

    The Centennial Campus of North Carolina State University is a highly successful model of integrated research and academic facilities. The University administration retained RCLCO to help improve the park’s competitiveness and we recommended exploring...

  • Case Study: Residential & Commercial Development Strategy for the Sienna Plantation MPC

    Real Estate Economics

    RCLCO was engaged by Toll Brothers to evaluate the remaining 3,700 acres of Siena Plantation, an established master-planned community in Fort Bend County, Texas, a suburb of Houston....

  • Case Study: Competitive Advantages & Outlook for D.C. Submarket

    Real Estate Economics

    LCOR, a national real estate development, investment, operations, and asset-management company, was planning the development of a rental apartment community in the then pioneering new neighborhood called the Union Market District of Washington, D.C...

  • Case Study: A History of Providing Analyses & Strategy Recommendations for Lakewood Ranch

    Real Estate Economics

    The 8,500 acre Lakewood Ranch, part of the 28,000 acre Shroeder-Manatee Ranch, is one of the top selling master planned communities in the U.S. It is home to nearly 12,000 households and over 15,000 employees working at over 1,385 businesses. It is bei...

  • Case Study: Hercules Bayfront

    Real Estate Economics

    Traditional mixed-use neighborhoods and integrated transit located along the waterfront in Hercules, California is the foundation of Hercules Bayfront. Hercules is centrally located in the San Francisco Bay Area along the I-80 corridor and is within mi...

  • Case Study: Sandy Steps

    Real Estate Economics

    Sandy, Utah is an urbanizing suburb of Salt Lake City located about 15 miles south of downtown along the I-15 freeway. The city of approximately 90,000 is located with the Wasatch region’s desired corridor and grew rapidly as a “bedroom” communit...

  • Case Study: Atlanta Beltline

    Real Estate Economics

    During the past 20 years, metropolitan Atlanta’s growth has occurred in widely spread and disconnected pockets of development which have strained the region’s quality of life and economic growth...

  • Case Study: Capitol Riverfront Business Improvement District

    Real Estate Economics

    The Capitol Riverfront BID is well-situated in a downtown adjacent, Metro-accessible location, without the constraints of being built out on an FAR and zoning basis. However, in the District of Columbia, investment in locations along the Green Line—i...

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