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Cannabis: The New Luxury Boutique

The days of poorly lit dispensaries with dusty shelves stocked with rolling papers, tie-dyed T-shirts and patchouli incense are over. The new 21st-century cannabis boutiques are taking a page from lifestyle aspirational brands, such as RH and Tiffany &

Can’t tell the difference between Detroit’s new apartment buildings? Here’s why

For the first time in a while, Detroit is seeing a lot of new construction instead of rehabs or demolition. But in many cases, these buildings tend to look fairly similar. Whether among Corktown’s turn-of-the-century Victorian homes, nestled between the

Plante Moran Nearly Quadruples space in Southfield Town Center, One of Pandemic’s Biggest Office Deals

Kirk Pinho, Crain’s Detroit Business | April 30, 2021 Plante Moran takes eight additional floors in Town Center, closes Victor Center to merge offices New space in 3000 Town Center creates 192,600-square-foot office for Southfield-based firm Deal is one

Retail TouchPoints and design:retail Reveal the 40 Under 40 Class of 2021

Retail TouchPoints and design:retail have selected the next class of the 40 Under 40 — the top 40 professionals in the retail industry under the age of 40 who are paving the way for the next era of retail. This year, the publications expanded

Retail Expectations vs Reality in 2021

In the Retailing universe, Experiential Retail has been a buzz phrase for years. Brick-and-mortar stores were going to stave off the rush of customers toward alternative shopping by creating environments and shopping experiences that entertain, that

Modular Construction Meets Changing Needs in the Pandemic

When the University of Denver reopened for classes this fall, there was a new building on campus next to the student athletics center: a coronavirus testing center created using modular construction. Students and staff can either walk up or drive up to have

‘This Too Shall Pass’: 43 Real Estate Execs On The Biggest Lessons Of 2020

The last 280 days of the coronavirus pandemic have been unprecedented, unimaginable and tragic in countless ways. From an economic perspective, where we work, where we eat, where we shop — where we do anything — is still mostly in flux. It’s anyone’s

Hospitality Brands Build Back With Customer-Centric Tech

While the hospitality sector awaits another COVID-19 stimulus bill, creativity is in high demand because hotel brands that continue to engage guests in unexpected ways with new and relevant services—even when they are staying at home—will emerge from the