The Future of Hospitality is Here

Revolution

Yet, technology adoption within the real estate community as a means to fundamentally disrupt how physical assets behave and how transactions occur was lagging up until the last couple of years. New developments are increasingly purpose-built for mixed use, where retail, office, coworking, hospitality, and residential (among other categories) are being intertwined as a means to preserve optionality and to deliver an enhanced customer value proposition.

A Sign of the Times: Why Saving the Kentile Sign is Important #savekentile

This is going to be BIG.

Not only does it give people a sense of familiarity and comfort in a constantly changing city, but it serves as an important reminder of Brooklyn''s history as an industrial community--a place where things got made. Brooklyn is attracting a generation of entrepreneurs who never saw Brooklyn in its industrial heyday, but feel like the borough is uniquely positioned and a historically fitting place to produce their products and serve creative communities.

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Entrepreneurship and the Next CARES Act

Forward Cities

We add another proposal to the mix: use unemployment insurance to encourage entrepreneurship as well as traditional employment. The need is particularly severe in rural communities and under-connected urban neighborhoods.

Edition #4: Jeff Joerling

GCUC

Through our work, we’ve cultivated a global community of people we think you should know about. Community of Cultivators is a new blog series to introduce you to coworking game changers and connectors. Jeff got his start in the industry while working at steelcase- he is now in the process of opening his own coworking space in a mixed use complex in Denver Colorado. Where do you personally feel the most sense of community? Community Cultivators Blog Series