Benefits like increased energy efficiency and cost savings, combined with heightened resident demand for sustainable features, are driving multifamily developers to go green. Source: Multi-Housing News (May 2, 2018) – Alongside the development boom that Marcus & Millichap estimates will add 335,000 new multifamily units to the nation’s inventory this year, another phenomenon is emerging.…
the World Green Building Council (World GBC) suggests green, energy efficient buildings can play a significant role in helping to ensure healthier workplaces, and therefore better bottom lines for businesses, while also delivering significant environmental and operating cost benefits.
Source: Greenville News Online (April 7, 2018) – A year ago, developer Jack Shaw’s land at Interstate 385 and East Butler Road included a half-mile paved loop around an empty, 10-acre field. Today it is the site of BB&T’s 140,000-square-foot, 700-employee mortgage center. Where an abandoned shoe store stood last fall on Main Street in Mauldin, a Starbucks cafe…
Greater Yellowstone’s rich tapestry will be won – or lost – based on what businesspeople do next. While I was researching my book on Greater Yellowstone media pioneer turned bison rancher Ted Turner (Last Stand: Ted Turner’s Quest to Save a Troubled Planet), my thinking about landscape-level conservation began to shift, particularly in pondering the…
Sustainability has been at the forefront of building construction and design for years. As Americans become more conscious of climate change and environmental issues, building owners are pushing for improved green building strategies that will help reduce the carbon footprint.
Considered by many as a founding father of wildlife ecology and land preservation, Aldo Leopold believed “conservation will ultimately boil down to rewarding the private landowner who conserves in the public interest.”
Millennials, by and large, are making spending decisions that choose travel and experiences over what we traditionally saw with previous generations at the same age.
Ty and Kady Hendrix live in a gated development that doesn’t have a golf course or a clubhouse – or a lot of neighbors.
Developers are driven to build eco-friendly residences whether the federal government supports it or not. In recent years, luxury real estate developers
From the beach to the suburbs, these innovative floor plans open up new possibilities for outdoor spaces. Recent studies show that Americans put a premium on spending time