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How many parcels can support a building of size X?

Question asked by drshinnick on Jan 6, 2017
Latest reply on Jan 6, 2017 by Dan_Patterson

Consider if you will polygon A of a standard unchanging dimension.  For the sake of argument lets call it a simple rectangle 10' x 20' not any irregular shape with hundreds of vertices but not a square or circle either.  How can a user assess which of a group of polygons can completely contain polygon A.  This appears like it ought to be a frequently occurring question in assessor's offices and planning departments:  How many of my town's parcels have both the amount and orientation of land to support a building of a given size and dimensions.  Can city engine do something like this easily?

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