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The underlying template for all our tasks

The research is a base of the process, at the same time it is a ground for reason–making knowledge-based decisions, what is our motto. Within the process we handle more specific and more complex subsegments, such as business diversification or consolidation. The process is highly effective as it is efficient and comprehensive. It is reflected at all levels, be it highly strategic or highly tactical.

Our work is characterized by a three-stage process:

Market strategy and financial analysis

Market strategy

Research allows us to understand the market needs. Based on this driven data, we can propose and evaluate Market Strategy independently or in correlation with the specific project.  Since supply and demand are in a constant state of flux and urban structures are changing independent of the named project, we are presented with potential market opportunities. It emphasizes proactive approaches that the public and nonprofit sectors in particular can take, to shape new conditions and opportunities. For example, by making regulatory changes, introducing new streams in tourism, transportation or iconic landmarks, and supporting infrastructure projects we may be able to fundamentally alter the real estate dynamics of the urban market.

Financial analysis

Every endeavor needs a business plan, whether it’s a mixed-use project or a new city hall. We assist private and public-sector clients in identifying target markets, forecast revenues, estimated costs, and establish a target rate of return. We conduct “Back of Envelope” financial analyses during early planning stages to help, project partners make fundamental choices about the size, scale, density, and mix of uses to be included in a project. We conduct a more granular analysis as projects get closer to financing and implementation. If the project is not showing healthy indicators we work with our clients until we can determine an optimal solution.



We follow the project from initiation throughout operations, and every step is equally important, that’s why we believe in implementation strategies.

An implementation strategy or action plan, lays out the recommended actions that various stakeholders should take in order to realize the plan. Included in the implantation plan is: Priority Level, Timing, Responsible Partner, Estimated Costs, as well as key information about each action.

For the large projects we intend to work in multi-disciplinary teams that include: public agency staff, land use planners, developers, architects, and engineers in order to prepare development programs and concepts that, respond to a client’s or a community’s aspirations while staying feasible in the marketplace.

Follow-up and Feedback

Follow-up and Feedback

Management of assets is just as important for businesses, individual building development or project as it is for a group of projects under single entity. Therefore, we support management with business recommendations for best optimization of operations and management performances.

The following tasks are often part of an asset management strategy:

  • Evaluating the portfolio to ensure that clients have a comprehensive understanding of their business.
  • Quality HR structures can improve everyday workflow and performances.
  • Assessing software solutions, which can significantly improve outcomes such as operating expenses, costs, and space or product utilization.
  • Defining goals, principles, and performance targets.
  • Recommending value-added disposition of surplus assets, which can include a holistic approach to creating value for the community.

Optimizing the value of core assets by achieving more efficient space utilization or recommending improvements.

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We offer support in terms of establishing optimal business structure and ensuring best financial practices. Besides indispensable quantitative tools of financial modeling, we also take care to understand and analyze more nuanced and qualitative factors.