EventsClique.com Announces 3D Space Planning for Real Estate

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EventsClique.com announces the expansion of 3D Space Planning for the commercial real estate industry.

Office Space Planning

3D Office Space Planning

We have all heard about ‘smart’ buildings, and now we are offering a way to achieve a ‘smart(er)’ leasing process.

Events Clique (EventsClique.com), an online 3D event and space planning design tool that is transforming the way events are planned, announced today the release of its 3D Space Planning feature to accelerate the commercial real estate leasing process through its innovative 3D technology.

“We have all heard about ‘smart’ buildings, and now we are offering a way to achieve a ‘smart(er)’ leasing process”. According to Kristin McClune, co-founder and President of EventsClique.com, “With the advent of this incredible 3D Space Planning technology, we at EventsClique.com are able to provide building owners, building leasing teams, architects, and prospective tenants looking to lease vacant spaces in office buildings an ability to accelerate the leasing process in a way that is benefiting all involved.”

By using the EventsClique.com 3D Space Planning, prospective tenants, brokers, and/or property management teams no longer have to continually revisit the vacant office spaces that the tenants are interested in, taking time away from their offices to travel and tour and continually re-tour those vacant spaces in order to determine if the proposed layouts work or whether the prospective tenants’ furniture will “fit”, a process that can last weeks, delaying/extending the overall leasing process for each transaction until the final layouts are chosen/accepted. Instead, in the luxury of their own offices or from anywhere Internet access is available and at any time of the day, using the EventsClique.com 3D Space Planning they can now make Preliminary Space Plan designs and changes with a simple click of a button and “click, drag, and drop” into their chosen prospective spaces the various interior walls, doors, and all of their furniture, move it all around until they are pleased with the layouts, and then “virtually walk around their new office spaces” by viewing them in 3D – complete 360° views from eye level – as if they were actually there in person. They can then “share” (by Email or Facebook) the preliminary designs with others for instant reviews and further changes. Not only is 3D Space Planning making this part of the leasing process now become “days” instead of “weeks”, it is also helping solve the needs of prospective tenants, speeding up the payment of brokers’ commissions, and saving building owners and managers time and architectural and construction costs while also accelerating their receipt of new tenant rental revenues.

A number of buildings in the Los Angeles area are already using this new technology, and with great success. “With this new feature, vacant spaces in our buildings are not only being marketed in a unique forum, but when a prospective tenant focuses in on one of our modeled vacant spaces, they can plan it “virtually” and make sure they fit and like it, all usually in a matter of days rather than the normal weeks, before they sign lease documents and ultimately move in”, says Michael McClune, President of MKC Asset Management, which manages numerous buildings in the Los Angeles area.

To view one of the EventsClique.com sample modeled spaces, which took just minutes to come up with a final layout with furniture, go to:

http://www.eventsclique.com/eventdesigner/Main.html?p=211284675

About Events Clique
EventsClique.com is a free online 3D event and space planning design tool that is transforming the way events are planned and is accelerating the commercial real estate leasing process through innovative 3D technology. Visit http://www.eventsclique.com or connect with EventsClique.com on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/eventsclique or Twitter @EventsClique.

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