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January 26, 2021
Residential real estate heads for uncharted waters as the demand for new homes continues to surge while supply dwindles. Here’s what designers can expect in 2021 as the “great reshuffling” of the COVID-19 era continues.
sustainability
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December 18, 2020
Real estate developer the Roe Corporation has just unveiled its latest project, Charlotte of the Upper West Side, a new luxury condominium in New York’s Central Park West Historic District—and it’s now the greenest building in Manhattan.
real estate
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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.
real estate
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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.
real estate
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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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