feasibility studies + market analysis

The firm has assisted local government and non-profit organizations with the development of financial feasibility studies examining locational factors, "highest and best uses" of existing structures, capital costs and financing, equipment needs, staffing requirements, marketable fee structures, operational pro formas, and direct and indirect economic impacts for specific projects such as artisan centers/schools of the arts, museums, retreat centers, and community-oriented theaters. 

We are capable of assembling targeted market studies that zero in on specific, yet realistic market opportunities available to a project, not being satisfied with "pie in the sky" projections. Recent projects include the William King Museum and a proposed Artisan Center in the Town of Abingdon, the redevelopment of the Washington Mills Site in the Town of Fries, the Chestnut Creek School of the Arts and Cultural Arts District in the City of Galax, the Konnarock Retreat House in Smyth County, and the old Marion High School Building in the Town of Marion, all in Virginia.

Representative Projects

Click on the images below to explore examples of Feasibility + Market Analysis projects completed by CPP. 

 town of abingdon:  william king museum

town of abingdon:  william king museum

 town of marion: marion high school highest + best use study

town of marion: marion high school highest + best use study

 town of Fries:  washington mills redevelopment

town of Fries:  washington mills redevelopment

 town of onancock:  feasibility study for the historic onancock school

town of onancock:  feasibility study for the historic onancock school

 konnarock retreat house market study

konnarock retreat house market study

 town of pennington gap: lee theater market study

town of pennington gap: lee theater market study