What is a stacking plan in real estate?
A stacking plan is a chart or schema that displays floors in the building with all tenants and available space to lease or sell, the square footage occupied, lease expiration, company’s name, occupancy/vacancy rate, and more. Stacking plans simplify the selling and leasing of spaces in commercial buildings.
What is a stacked plan?
Stack planning is a macro way of looking at space utilization. The “stack” is a complete collection of floor plans, showing every level of a building and each floor’s distinct features. A stack shows which groups occupy what space, where open spaces are, and floor plan capacities.
What is block fit or stacking plans?
Block and stack planning—or stack plans—refers to a set of core digital tools facility professionals use to optimize the properties they manage. With this technology, facility managers can plan more efficient workplaces, using tools that provide the building blocks to make modifying existing floor plans more efficient.