Zoner is our online feasibility tool that will deliver the maximum bulk of any city lot within the boroughs of New York City.  Zoner makes your project easy to understand visually in our 3D tools as well as the calculation of all the parameters involved with the envelope of your project. 

Zoner is our Digital Zoning Optimization software that delivers real estate feasibility fast with clarity.  Regulation today is complex; Zoner removes uncertainty and improves the decision making process of real estate planning, and investment. If you have a business and you want to know if the use is allowed on a site you wish to purchase or rent; Zoner will tell you. 

If you are a home owner considering making an addition; Zoner will tell you how much you can build.  If you are a community board member and you want to communicate the set back relationships in a particular zone; Zoner will help you visualize what is possible.  

Since 2002 40% all available land in New York City has been rezoned.  These changes result in confusion and uncertainty for owners, businesses, and communities.  Zoner delivers transparency so that your business, home, or group can know what is allowed and the rough envelope that you project should fit inside.  The data behind Zoner initiates from government data created with multiple redundancies that insuring reliability of information.  Our method of deliver maps, transforms, and shapes land use data into a realizable building project that conforms to regulatory jurisdictions. 

 Zoner is brought to you by nationally recognized architects, realtors, and computer scientists focused on interoperability for the whole Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Ownership (AECO) industry.  Typical processes of real estate and construction are fragmented, starts and stops frequently happen, productivity loss can result.  Zoner will completely change the project incubation phases into a realizable feasibility and then into the initiation data tool for design and development.  


 Zoner, copyright M.Arch Architects

Zoner, copyright M.Arch Architects