In June, PLACE introduced a new mapping tool designed to support business district planning by combining a breadth of data pieces into a single image and our clients have quickly integrated this new resource into their strategic initiatives.
Recently, Tony Pelikan joined our team at PLACE to ensure that our clients have the timely and efficient access they need to this helpful tool.
With data points for Chicago and Milwaukee, PLACE can now map neighborhood and ward boundaries, building permits, active business licenses, zoning, and land use. Additional data layers can be added, including foreclosures, crime (incidents and heat maps), TIF and BID district boundaries, school attendance boundaries, and customized district and organizational data, like members, street furniture, trees, rebate recipients, and more.
Whether your district or neighborhood needs to more easily identify trends, take advantage of new opportunities or develop impactful and innovative programming, the GIS mapping tool can provide critical information to inform your decision-making.
Contact Tony Pelikan at PLACE, firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss your needs.
Click here to see PLACE’s mapping tool live in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood.