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Rail Station & Yard at Water City

aec   Ideation and conceptual design with 3d rapid-prototyping, for mixed-use destination resort with regional rail station and rail servicing yard.  Proposed at Water City Niagara Falls project, now in design.  Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.

 

Illustration work shown here is a product of aec‘s Rapid Prototyping Unit, combining feasibility results with preliminary project scaling, layout, and overall guest experiential design – created to assist Ownership group in confirming design intent and project budgets.

 

Posted information and images regarding this assignment is limited at client’s request.

 

 

 

Global Real Estate Consultants - Film Studios Development Consultant

Film Studio Chuncheon – South Korea

aec  Daeil Mining Co., Ltd., Camnol Inc. (South Korea)  |  As film studios development consultants, StoneCreek Partners AEC provided rapid prototyping for a potential first phase of film studio proposed in Chuncheon, South Korea, involving the repurposing of a former U.S. military base.

 

Conceptual design and 3D visualizations for a planned film studio, digital creative hub, and attractions facility, in a resort community just outside of metropolitan Seoul, South Korea. The project is a re-purposing of existing facilities along with new construction, on a former military base.

 

Illustration work shown here is a product of aec‘s Rapid Prototyping Unit, combining feasibility results with preliminary project scaling, layout, and overall guest experiential design – created to assist Ownership group in confirming design intent and project budgets.

 

 

 

China - Hong Kong project consultants - mixed-use development consultants

Design Consultants for Mixed-Use Re-Design

Zhejiang Nongdu Agricultural Products Co., Ltd.  |  Acted as project experiential design consultants for a planned mixed-use facility located at the southwest quadrant of Desheng Expressway and Quishi Expressway in Hangzhou (“Project”), a development by Zhejiang Nongdu Agricultural Products Co., Ltd. (“Owner”).   Hangzhou is in Zhejiang Province.

 

Provided owner with an approach to redesigning the project based upon guest experiential scripting and likely feasibility parameters, including optimal placement of demand-driver (footfall) anchors in the vertical environment.

 

 

Consultant for Mixed-Use Development

Consultant for Mixed-Use Development

Consultant for mixed-use development to be located in the Niagara region of Ontario, including feasibility analysis and conceptual design.  The mixed-use project, with the working name “Cross Link Niagara” is a hybrid resort with substantial retail-entertainment and outdoor recreation anchors.  The project has since been renamed along with a change of ownership.  The project site is situated adjacent to the historic central business district of Niagara Falls (Ontario, Canada).

 

StoneCreek Partners was retained as the feasibility and business planning consultant for this 51-acre mixed-use development, for the purpose of preparing a property offering memorandum to describe the project to third-party investors and strategic partners.

 

The master plan for Cross Link Niagara includes a man-made downhill (artificial surface) ski slope, a retail outlet mall, resort hotels, destination spa, a family entertainment center (FEC), and additional destination recreation and attractions.   In total, the “mega project” is envisioned to encompass 2.1 million+ SF of gross buildable area.   Cross Link Niagara is envisioned as a multi-faceted mixed-use development that will augment and propel the Niagara region’s tourism industry with an array of new attractions.

 

 

Consultant for Mixed-Use Development

Shown here, the architect’s view of the area context for the Cross Link Niagara project, with the Niagara river at left of the drawings.

 

The artificial ski slope at Cross Link Niagara was envisioned to use a Snowflex dry slope technology and materials. Dry ski slope (a/k/a artificial ski slopes) mimic the attributes of snow using materials that are stable at room temperature, to enable people to ski where natural slopes are inconvenient or unavailable.  Dry slope skiing has been around since the 1960’s.  Many of the “dry ski” slopes are lubricated using mist or jet systems to increase speed and prevent damage to equipment from friction heat build-up.

 

Cross Link Niagara, LLC was the legal entity and owner of the project at the time of this work, and was subsequently acquired by Cocov Destinations (Toronto).

 

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