Articles by tag: New York City

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 officials. A recent trend meant to fill this void and buoy development costs is getting mixed results, and its being attempted by several metros: Converting unused and underused […]

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Weaver: Beyond the Numbers
Weaver: Beyond the Numbers: It’s Up to You, New York (and Charlie)

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 definitely will see a lot more people in the city, which is really refreshing,” Anastasia said. The last six months have seen an increase in […]

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Architecture & Design
Real Estate Titans Say Don’t Bet on the Death of Cities

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 Bloomberg’s Carol Massar at the Qatar Economic Forum. Real estate titans Tishman and Brookfield have invested billions snapping up discounted offices and other commercial buildings since the start of the […]

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Food & Beverage
Why Restaurants are Struggling to Hire Staff Amid Mass Reopenings

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 City restaurants are ready to reopen fully on July 1, but may be hindered by these staffing challenges.   Host: What are […]

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Food & Beverage
Navigating Diverse Food Scenes and Elevating Kitchen Culture

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 and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.     A chef’s journey can take many twists and […]

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Business Services
Lessons Learned in Finance and in Life

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 these experiences.   How have your first bosses and mentors shaped your career? Although some people may think back to things that they have said, Kevin […]

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Food & Beverage
How The Halal Guys Grew from a Food Cart to an International Franchise

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 ever-changing restaurant industry.   From the wild west chuckwagons that kept cowhands fed as they drove herds of cattle to market, to the lunch […]

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Streaming the Game: Transforming Sports Broadcasting in the Digital Era
February 20, 2024

The recent rise of streaming services over traditional terrestrial television has marked a significant shift in how audiences consume sports content. This evolution is propelled by advancements in digital technology and changing viewer preferences, emphasizing the need for a more immediate and interactive broadcast experience. The stakes are high, with platforms like Peacock streaming record-breaking […]

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Kickstarting a Marketing Team’s AI Journey
February 20, 2024

A marketing Team’s AI journey is necessary and critical for the success of a brand’s overall mission and execution. In the latest episode of the Marketing AI Sparkcast, host Aby Varma sits down with Daniel Englebretson, CEO of Elynox and an adjunct professor at Wake Forest University and Elon University, to discuss the evolution […]

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behavioral finance
How Worldview Shapes Financial Decisions: Unveiling Behavioral Finance Insights
February 20, 2024

Untamed Ethos, hosted by Joshua Wilson of United Ethos Wealth Partners, examines the philosophical roots of financial decision-making, offering insights into behavioral finance. This episode features expert Robert E. Brooks, Ph.D., CFA, a Professor Emeritus at The University of Alabama, discussing how worldviews and upbringing influence financial choices. Dr. Brooks, known for his work […]

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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 Street in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York has selected its Smart Package Room. The intuitive package management system leverages unique computer vision technology to track packages and ensure secure resident […]

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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 cools and outdoor dining becomes more difficult, restaurants face continued revenue obstacles. According to Food & Wine, the city aims to combat this economic hardship by allowing […]

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Navigating Legal Challenges in the Restaurant Industry
September 15, 2020

On this episode of The Main Course with host Barbara Castiglia, Pooja Nair, Litigation Partner at Ervin Cohen & Jessup offered her insight into a perhaps less-prominent aspect of the restaurant and foodservice industries – legal challenges. For those starting or running a restaurant, the principle goal and motivation is to serve delicious food and […]

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The Possibilities of Next Generation Technologies with Adaora Udoji of RLab: Retail Refined
July 28, 2020

Computer vision and advanced algorithmic sensors have changed the possibilities of consumer facing technologies. From augmented reality to virtual reality, kinect technology to motion capture, host Melissa Gonzalez speaks with Adaora Udoji, Director of Corporate Innovation of RLab about the latest trends that are evolving and how COVID is accelerating adoption and testing, as well […]

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Zoom Returns to New York City Schools after Platform Ban
May 11, 2020

After the New York City school district banned Zoom as a web conferencing platform due to privacy and security concerns, the ban is now being lifted, putting the pandemic’s leading conferencing solution back into educators’ and students’ hands. The New York City Department of Education was initially concerned about the safety of virtual classrooms […]

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With the Hotel Industry at a Standstill, What is Next?: Say Yes To Travel
March 26, 2020

On this episode of Say Yes To Travel, host Sarah Dandashy doesn’t want to just discuss the effects of COVID-19 on the hospitality industry; she wants to help give voices to other people in the industry. The hospitality industry has become ravaged, coming to a complete standstill until the spread of the virus is contained. […]

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Business Class: New York, New York!
September 24, 2019

Welcome to Business Class, a brand new travel podcast from MarketScale! We’re excited to bring you tips and tricks from our travel experts to make sure your trips, whether for business or leisure, go smoothly. For our first episode we’re taking off for New York City. Cameron Cooper and Tim Maitland give you their […]

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As Rents Rise, Can Data Come to the Rescue?
July 30, 2019

Home renters and businesses of all sizes are feeling the squeeze of soaring rents across the United States’ largest metropolitan areas. Ecommerce has long been ascribed as the killer of brick-and-mortar retail, but the price of staying in business is also contributing to closures across the country. Menswear retailer Barneys recently had annual rent […]

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As Rents Rise, Can Data Come to the Rescue?
July 30, 2019

Home renters and businesses of all sizes are feeling the squeeze of soaring rents across the United States’ largest metropolitan areas. Ecommerce has long been ascribed as the killer of brick-and-mortar retail, but the price of staying in business is also contributing to closures across the country. Menswear retailer Barneys recently had annual rent […]

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