We are an innovative property technology company, with a team that takes pride in empowering homeowners to benefit out their property
We design our Analysis to ultimately make it easy for the homeowners to start developing their real estate property.
We strongly believe that housing shortage will be substantially improved when we give homeowners an affordable and easy way to access to the same type of property analysis that developers use in their feasibility studies.
CityStructure was founded by Felicia Nitu, a Graduate of Master in Architecture at Parsons The New School in NYC, after 20+ years of experience in real estate development and residential design.
Felicia was instrumentally involved in designing and managing construction for commercial, single-family residences as well as residential 100+ unit buildings while working for prestigious companies like NAC Architecture, and Perry Architects. She worked on large scale projects for well-known real estate developers like Tishman Speyer and Align Real Estate.
During her career, she noticed that regardless the scale of the projects, all developers use Zoning Analysis to quickly understand what it may be allowed to build on a property before purchasing it.
Felicia decided to make accessible real estate developers' acquisition strategy to any homeowner by using technology to transform the complicated zoning regulations into easy-to-use and understood Zoning Analysis.
Understand the market before acting on it. We're sharing with our community knowledge so we can build together a better future.
After months of presenting to the San Francisco residents for public feedback, the Final Proposed Zoning Map is presented today to the Mayor for consideration and introduction at the Board of Supervisors. How is this rezoning is going to shape San Francisco? It's hard to image. Surely the Housing Element Zoning Program, part of the Housing for All initiative, follows the Regional Housing Needs Allocation required by the State of California.
San Diego county, after successfully implemented California Senate Bill 9 (SB-9), now they're in the process of adopting Senate Bill or SB-10 which permits up to 10 unit development building on any parcel regardless the existing density limit as long as the new building includes also affordable units.