Olivia Ramos

Olivia Ramos

Olivia is a graduate of Singularity University and the DARPA Innovation House. She holds a master’s degree in architecture from Columbia University and a second master’s in real estate development from the University of Miami.

Olivia Ramos
Olivia is a graduate of Singularity University and the DARPA Innovation House. She holds a master’s degree in architecture from Columbia University and a second master’s in real estate development from the University of Miami.

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Olivia Ramos

Are there assemblage opportunities in Bridgeport, Chicago?

Deepblocks digitized the Chicago zoning map to help anyone find assemblages. You simply search for sites that allow for more than seven, in the case of Bridgeport, and that also have less than 3,000 SF of existing building area.

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How many multifamily assemblage opportunities are in West Town, Chicago?

Assemblages are growing in popularity due to the lack of land for new development. Using the deepblocks software, we first scoped out the general density of the area and noticed that most of the properties can yield between five and twenty units each.

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How many sites have development potential in Chicago?

Chicago has 604,319 properties under the Chicago Zoning Map. Deepblocks has digitized the Chicago Zoning Map to identify where the development opportunities are across the city.

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We have zoning for 16,430,232 sites in the US.

Deepblocks software includes zoning data for 16,430,232 sites in the US. Moreover, these data points are not just digitized, they are all part of powerful site-selection functionality

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Interested in the Chicago Zoning Map?

The Chicago zoning map is currently the most analyzed among all metropolitan cities. We looked into it, and it makes sense; Chicago is amidst a dozen mega development projects.

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Looking for Multifamily Development Opportunities?

Searching by units allowed is most straightforward in cities with zoning ordinances that include a unit-density value. This metric can vary from city to city and even within zoning ordinances.

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Why is the total buildable area the ultimate zoning value?

Total buildable area normalizes parcels and allows us to compare how much we can build, apples to apples. At the city scale, this metric gives us an instant snapshot of where a city is planning its growth.

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What is a development multiple?

A development multiple tells us how much development potential there is on any given property. It is an abstraction of how much room there is left for development.

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Can the Inland Empire be the foundation for a circular city?

There are benefits beyond having our “One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer” delivered on the same day. We’d have an opportunity for a truly circular economy. With this hybrid city, we reduce the need for transportation of all things.

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Can industrial warehouses and residential zoning coexist?

The only way to fulfill nearly instant delivery expectations is to bring the warehouses closer to our homes.

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