Nothing beats bricks and mortar, but not everyone needs a permanent space. A vacancy rate of 10% is pretty good, but that’s wasting millions of sqft every year.
A new urban era has begun and we're seeing that cities are places of new ideas, and a new creative economy. The city too must be able to creatively adapt.
In centers of activity we also find the threat of displacement. When the value of a neighborhood increases, we can't lose sight of the value of that community.
Empty buildings and underemployed people. These are signs that something is not working, but they also point to an opportunity; vibrant spaces and local employers.
Local business is the lynch-pin of a neighborhood. Without a strong business community, there are little resources to draw foot-traffic, clean the streets, and maintain safe corners.
Though local neighborhoods are important, much of our commerce is conducted online. But the local space can act as a step between online and in-store.
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