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Are Hotel-to-Apartment Adaptive Reuse Conversions Worth the Investment?

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 The need for affordable housing, especially in major cities, is a constant challenge for tenants, an often-nebulous investment for developers, and a point of contention for city Read more

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Travel in 2023 Isn’t Slowing: Will Economic Headwinds Threaten Hotel Profits?
December 1, 2022

Travel in 2023 will not be slowing down. This would normally be perceived as good news for hoteliers, but PwC’s Hospitality Directions report paints a more mixed picture for hotels; the report indicates that economic headwinds may threaten the pace of recovery in the industry, despite record highs for metrics like RevPAR this year. According […]

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B2B payments
There Will Not Be a Dominant Player Taking Over B2B Payments in 2023
December 1, 2022

B2B payments are facing an exciting trend in the space, as vendors continue to innovate to offer new and better solutions for this $30 trillion industry. According to PaymentsJournal, continuous improvements in B2B payments are largely driven by the complicated infrastructures necessary for international payments and a pressing need for greater flexibility. With a company […]

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COP27 drew focused attention on the role of the built environment in global carbon emissions. Where does AEC need to start to make a change?
Is the COP27 Focus on AEC Carbon Emissions Telling the Whole Story?
December 1, 2022

Construction sustainability continues to be an emphasis for international leaders. COP27, the UN’s gathering of more than 90 heads of state and 35,000 delegates from 190 countries, convened earlier in early November to discuss unified action against climate change and which industries need to take on a bulk of the responsibility to adjust operations and […]

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Are Hotel-to-Apartment Adaptive Reuse Conversions Worth the Investment?
October 7, 2022
 The need for affordable housing, especially in major cities, is a constant challenge for tenants, an often-nebulous investment for developers, and a point of contention for city Read more
Weaver: Beyond the Numbers: It’s Up to You, New York (and Charlie)
March 14, 2022
Howard Altshuler and Rob Nowak invited Charlie Anastasia to Weaver’s Beyond the Numbers — Real Estate Edition, to give his insight on life in New York City pre-Thanksgiving 2021. “You Read more
Real Estate Titans Say Don’t Bet on the Death of Cities
June 24, 2021
Tishman Speyer Properties President Rob Speyer and Brookfield Asset Management Inc. CEO Bruce Flatt discuss the prospects for commercial real estate during a panel discussion moderated by Read more
Why Restaurants are Struggling to Hire Staff Amid Mass Reopenings
May 5, 2021
Restaurants are reopening, signaling the near end of the COVID pandemic, but many of them are struggling to hire new staff. Watch below as Bloomberg food editor Kate Krader discusses how New York Read more
Navigating Diverse Food Scenes and Elevating Kitchen Culture
April 5, 2021
From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food Read more
Lessons Learned in Finance and in Life
March 22, 2021
Learning moments in a career can be successes and failures. It’s what a leader does after that really matters. Knowledge Is Power goes one-on-one with leaders in different industries to uncover Read more
How The Halal Guys Grew from a Food Cart to an International Franchise
December 15, 2020
Food is serious business. Now, on The Main Course, host Barbara Castiglia will invite insiders on the front lines of food to share their expertise, strategies, and forecasts for navigating the Read more
Position Imaging Brings Secure 24/7, Contactless Package Pick Up To Residents At The Dime
November 19, 2020
STRATHAM, NH – November 17, 2020  – Position Imaging, Inc, a pioneer in logistics fulfillment and asset tracking, today announced that The Dime, a 23-story mixed-use building at 209 Havemeyer Read more
NYC Adds Dining Out Tax in an Effort to Help Restaurants
September 22, 2020
Small business restaurants have been particularly hard hit by COVID’s lockdown measures. In NYC, a COVID hotspot, restaurants have only recently reopened to limited capacity. As the weather Read more