Some people are calling downtown Phoenix “The New Austin” with live music playing every night, cultural events, trendy restaurants & boutiques, dense millennial population and an overall “COOL” atmosphere. There is much more driving the evolution of downtown than
Written by Kyle Griffith, Vice President, Project & Development Services
The DFW design and construction market is on a roll, and has been for some time. This means that architects, contractors, material suppliers and vendors are busier than ever.
By Robert Sammons, Regional Director – Northwest U.S. Research
I had the privilege of being a presenter at the Transit Oriented Development & Urban Real Estate Conference in Los Angeles last week (to see a few slides from my presentation click
Bristol is about to vote for the second time on its Mayor. Most believe it is a two horse race between the larger than life George Ferguson and Labour’s socially-conscious Marvin Rees.
Bristol has much to be positive about. It
We’ve all witnessed the trend of Atlanta’s office, retail and multifamily sectors migrating toward the central business district for a variety of reasons, from growing transportation options to increasing the walkability score of their surrounding neighborhood.