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The Growth of Mixed-Use Developments and Suburban Living

Posted on: January 17, 2017

With New Urbanism on the rise, there’s no question as to why people are looking for communities that have walkability. The benefits of walkable mixed-use communities are proving to be a hit among millennials, causing demographic changes to shift consumer preferences. With mixed-use environments and lifestyle centers becoming a positive development trend, the days of…

A War for Workforce: Leveraging Location to Attract & Retain Talent

Posted on: January 17, 2017

In the ever-competitive labor market, businesses are challenged to embrace unique approaches to attract and retain top-tier talent. At the same time, professionals are extra empowered to choose their own destiny, looking for companies that offer the best benefits, culture, and location. More specifically, millennials are the rising workforce who idealize these elements when making…

Valuable Benefits of LEED Developments and Sustainability

Posted on: December 12, 2016

  LEED, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the leading initiative in sustainable buildings and communities. As a recognized leader in sustainable construction and design, LEED has become the new industry standard and comes along with a multitude of benefits. Green building and renovation is becoming an important asset to real estate with an…

How an Active Community Fosters a Better Well-Being

Posted on: November 21, 2016

We all strive to live healthy lives, but sometimes our lifestyles get in the way. What if our communities encouraged healthy lifestyles and supplied active-oriented amenities right in our backyard? According to a study by Gallup-Healthways Well Being Index, communities that invest in an active infrastructure are more likely to have happy, healthy residents. These…

How New Urbanism Neighborhoods Easily Improve Suburban Growth

Posted on: November 4, 2016

  America’s car dependency from heavy work traffic to spread out suburbs is becoming less and less attractive to renters and suburban residents. In fact, young professionals would rather take a short public transit ride to work, bike to the grocery store for their weekly shopping, or walk to their favorite bar or restaurant to…