PGAV believes that sound urban planning must be based on knowledge of not only the physical context, but the economic context as well. We have developed economic and market analysis methodologies that bring a high level of confidence in projecting real estate development performance and/or tax generational potential.

kansas city incentive study

PGAV is part of the consultant team working with the City of Kansas City, MO to review the City’s use of incentives. We are reviewing economic activity and the direct economic impacts associated with the City’s use of tax increment financing, tax abatement, community improvement districts and other statutory development finance mechanisms. 

PGAV is part of the consultant team working with the City of Kansas City, MO to review the City’s use of incentives. We are reviewing economic activity and the direct economic impacts associated with the City’s use of tax increment financing, tax abatement, community improvement districts and other statutory development finance mechanisms. 

GRAND CENTER ARTS DISTRICT

PGAV assisted Grand Center with preparation of a bond revenue and financing analysis that formed a basis for the redemption of the initial bonds and financing of additional public and private projects for a total of $17.5 million.  This project represents an outstanding example of combining public financing tools with private and not-for-profit development interest to create a unique and lively urban environment.

PGAV assisted Grand Center with preparation of a bond revenue and financing analysis that formed a basis for the redemption of the initial bonds and financing of additional public and private projects for a total of $17.5 million.  This project represents an outstanding example of combining public financing tools with private and not-for-profit development interest to create a unique and lively urban environment.

American Indian Cultural Center and Museum (AICCM)

Oklahoma City retained PGAV to analyze the potential for property adjacent to the AICCM to attract and support private development which could generate public revenues to support the completion and on-going operation of the center. 

Oklahoma City retained PGAV to analyze the potential for property adjacent to the AICCM to attract and support private development which could generate public revenues to support the completion and on-going operation of the center.