Mr. Grant is a project director for The
Danter and Associates. In addition to writing market analysis conclusions and research,
he conducts a variety of communications related tasks. In addition, he has
written articles on Danter and Associates's research for a variety of periodicals.
Since 1989, Mr. Grant has edited over 2,500 site-specific market feasibility
studies. He is the company's specialist in geographic information systems, as
well as Internet survey deployment and tabulation.
M.A., English Literature, University of Cincinnati, 1989
B.A., English (Writing concentration) and Speech Communication, Otterbein College
(Westerville, Ohio), 1987
Selected Professional Experience
Various Cities: Analysis of market feasibility for senior housing,
including senior- targeted ranch-style apartments, independent-living (formerly
known as congregate care), assisted-living and memory care in numerous cities,
including Poughkeepsie, New York; Henderson, Kentucky, and Naples, Florida.
Various Cities: Deployed and tabulated Internet student surveys to
establish housing profiles for student housing for both on- and off-campus
Greater Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio: Mapped property closings by real
estate agents at several metro Cleveland and Columbus area real estate offices
to help a real estate agency determine the best strategy for office
consolidation and site selection.
Columbus, Ohio: Directed project to develop a custom Internet
database application to identify comparable market rents for single-family homes
and multifamily units for use by the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority in
their Section 8 Certificate and Voucher programs.
Cazenovia, New York: Analysis of market potential for a
neotraditional Arts and Crafts-style patio home development.
Cleveland, Ohio: Analysis of market potential for a boutique hotel,
high-rise apartments and condominiums.
Granville, Ohio: Analysis of the market potential to develop
condominiums and single-family homes.
Various Cities: Analysis of market potential for a proposed Low
Income Housing Tax Credit (Section 42) multifamily development in over 20 cities
across the United States.
Columbus, Ohio: Primary production responsibility for Greater
Columbus Apartment Report and Danter TransAction Report of new
single-family closings. Responsibilities included editing primary data,
publication design and final report production.
Columbus, Ohio: Online survey development and tabulation for study of
Downtown Columbus housing options. Surveys deployed include those of
Downtown residents, Downtown students, and Downtown employees.
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