Macy’s and Best Buy have announced plans to open 300-square-foot (28 sq m) consumer electronics departments in ten Macy’s stores in early November. The announcement seems innocuous, since the store-within-a-store concept is not new, but it is important to these retailers, both of which have struggled as consumers increasingly shop online and at discount retailers.
A two-phased, vertically expanded office tower, 300 East Randolph lies at the north end of Grant Park in Chicago.
Our Kaka’ako is a 29-acre (11.7 ha) project in Honolulu developed by the Kamehameha School, a charitable trust formed by the last living descendant of the Hawaiian king Kamehameha. Once zoned industrial, Kaka’ako is now filled with workforce housing, condominiums, retail uses, and commercial office space.
After more than a decade of planning, Chicago this June opened the first section of the trail, now known as the 606. An elevated railroad right-of-way converted to a pedestrian greenway, the 606 is a multifunctional park system that also includes a bike path and five neighborhood parks on the ground level along its 2.7-mile (4.5 km) stretch.
Bill Freeman sets out for his morning strolls early. The avid Boise, Idaho, walker strategically navigates the city’s north Vista Avenue corridor, avoiding certain difficult intersections.
As of August 18, the FTSE NAREIT All Equity REIT average monthly total return was up 2.38 percent; but by month’s end, it had lost its gains and more. The FTSE NAREIT All Equity REIT average declined 5.82 percent during August. Plus, interest rate survey data from Trepp.
In a unique collaboration, the American Museum of Natural History brings its traveling exhibits to a new development in Overland Park, Kansas.
Champaign, Illinois, and Grand Rapids, Michigan, are unlikely to make a list of American cities with the best transit systems anytime soon. Yet these two cities increased their annual bus ridership by about 50 percent over the past seven years.
The primary goal of SFpark—a major initiative for the city of San Francisco—is to make it easy to find a parking space. The rationale behind the initiative is a belief that drivers unable to find a space on the street will cruise around or double-park, adding to congestion.
Over dinner recently, my husband and I joked about hyperbole in marketing and how we have grown accustomed to it.