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June 11, 2020
If the phrase prefab home doesn’t conjure up images of health and serenity, there’s a reason for that. In Europe, manufactured housing can be a luxury product, but in the States, the concept has taken a long time to shake the stigma of association with low-cost homogeneity. However, the tides may be turning as a new generation of entrepreneurs explores the possibilities of prefab. This time around, the appeal isn’t just price point—it’s also wellness.
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March 9, 2020
A white box in a great location isn’t enough anymore. Increasingly savvy house hunters are making interior design a bigger part of the real estate equation.
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January 30, 2020
In a bid to make the furniture hub a year-round destination, High Point’s chamber of commerce has unveiled plans for Congdon Yards, a $30 million campus that will include the mixed-use creative hub Plant Seven and its neighboring building.
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December 17, 2019
Interior Marketing Group CEO Cheryl Eisen shares how she grew her luxury staging company from a one-woman show into an 80-person operation, how the market has evolved in the last decade, and how interior designers can break into staging.
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December 2, 2019
A few blocks from the D&D Building sits a property that houses marquee design businesses, including Bunny Williams’s firm, John Rosselli and Newel. A new developer is revamping the 80,000-square-foot space with a fresh concept and name: the Interior Arts Building.
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November 19, 2019
The next logical step after designing home goods, it seems, is for celebrities to design the homes themselves. Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg tells all about two well-known names getting into the game right now.
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November 13, 2019
In the States, companies like Common, Ollie, and WeWork’s WeLive have already established a presence in major markets, and now a major player from across the pond is setting up shop: Entrepreneur Reza Merchant has opened The Collective Paper Factory in Queens, New York.
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November 6, 2019
Increasingly, entrepreneurial designers are turning to real estate in order to bring all the aspects of their business together in a cohesive package—and sell it, of course.
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