How would you rate the attached casino inventory for Las Vegas? Would you find it useful if you were the planner or development manager for Las Vegas?
I was trying to see if anyone liked building inventories presented in a visual medium. Unfortunetly I used Las Vegas as my example. I would like to know if planning departments and planners find this sort of thing useful.Streck said:Why do you need a casino building inventory?
Maybe the answer to that question would lead to more meanful responses, and a more meaningful inventory.
Would you (or some other planning department) ever feel the need to RFP something like this? Or can it easily be done in-house?Cardinal said:I could see something like this being particularly useful with historic buildings, perhaps coupled with design guidelines.
Cardinal said:I could see something like this being particularly useful with historic buildings, perhaps coupled with design guidelines. In downtown revitalization, we are often faced with proposals to restore traditional downtown buildings where most of the original facade has been removed. An inventory such as this could aid in giving guidance to property owners in selecting the character of features they might re-create on their buildings. The same is true of residential historic districts.