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Manhattan’s Newest Skyscraper Is Opening Up to a Dead Midtown

SL Green Realty Corp. is opening its new $3.1 billion office skyscraper Monday, in a neighborhood that’s among Manhattan’s busiest — but is now still unusually quiet. The first tenants at One Vanderbilt, across from Grand Central Terminal, will

Reconstruction Could be COVID-19’s Silver Lining

The spread of the coronavirus has had a devastating impact on the U.S. and worldwide economies. But that spread also created health and wellness scenarios for the built environment that lend themselves to reconstruction and renovation, say AEC firms. “I

5 Strategies for Creating Safer, Healthier Hotel Experiences

From retail-infused brands to Airbnb, the hospitality industry has seen its share of disruptors over the past several decades. These disruptions have been relatively gradual and allowed time for the savvy hotel brands to anticipate and react to change. The

Reimagining Multifamily Spaces in the COVID Era

After living with the threat of COVID-19 for several months, it is increasingly clear that we will need to manage this situation for some time to come. Habits and lifestyle changes adopted as pandemic strategies may prove enduring, and these changes will be

Suburban Garden-Style Apartments Will Be the Future of the Multifamily Sector

Long-term success in portfolio building is a function of agility. We’re seeing where the market is headed and anticipating where we’ll see the greatest demand and most manageable risk. As the commercial real estate market shifts away from retail, it’s

How Apartment Renter Preferences are Changing Because of the Pandemic

The pandemic has shifted preferences when it comes to what renters are seeking when considering new apartments. Before the emergency of COVID-19, a Greystar survey revealed the most wanted apartment amenities in the U.S. included swimming pools, multi-use

Virtual Apartment Showings Will Play Vital Role in Leasing Process Even After Pandemic Ends

As in-person apartment viewings return, industry sources say the technologies used during the shelter-in-place period will stick around even after the coronavirus pandemic ends. The use of virtual apartment showings and paperless leasing spiked during the

AIA Releases Strategies and Illustrations for Reducing Risk of COVID-19 in Senior Living Communities

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is releasing strategies and illustrations today that can help senior living communities mitigate risk of COVID-19. These resources were developed by a team of architects, AIA’s Design for Aging knowledge