Veterans & Toledo Blade Blvd.

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Veterans & Toledo Blade Blvd.

Veterans & Toledo Blade Blvd.

Client: Belleair Development Group
Location: Charlotte County, FL
Size: 2 sq. mi.
Service: GIS / Geospatial

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Craig H. Anderson
 

Belleair Development Group requested a site location analysis for a potential commercial property in Charlotte County at the intersection of Veterans Blvd. and Toledo Blade Blvd. (a.k.a. Cochran Blvd.). The analysis included determining the total number of potentially vacant residential properties and the total number of completed residential units inside 4 sub-areas within a 2 mile radius of the site. It also included finding and displaying transportation access to the site such as interstates, major roads, and bridges.

Through querying property appraiser parcel databases by their property use designation, determining the number and type of buildings on each resulting residential parcel, and using GIS geoprocessing techniques, Genesis was able to give the client an accurate unit count for each of their targeted sub-areas as well as show the types of access to the subject property.

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Veterans & Toledo Blade Blvd.


Charlotte County, FL

Client:

Belleair Development Group

Location:

Charlotte County, FL

Size:

2 sq. mi.

Service

GIS / Geospatial

Highlights:

GIS / Geospatial
Planning Support Services
Site Selection and Analysis

Contact Staff:

Craig H. Anderson

Veterans & Toledo Blade Blvd.

Belleair Development Group requested a site location analysis for a potential commercial property in Charlotte County at the intersection of Veterans Blvd. and Toledo Blade Blvd. (a.k.a. Cochran Blvd.). The analysis included determining the total number of potentially vacant residential properties and the total number of completed residential units inside 4 sub-areas within a 2 mile radius of the site. It also included finding and displaying transportation access to the site such as interstates, major roads, and bridges.

Through querying property appraiser parcel databases by their property use designation, determining the number and type of buildings on each resulting residential parcel, and using GIS geoprocessing techniques, Genesis was able to give the client an accurate unit count for each of their targeted sub-areas as well as show the types of access to the subject property.