We've suggested before that proximity to public transit is a bigger factor in searching for a multifamily apartment than in traditional home-buying. Now, we've got the data to back it all up.
We heard you loud and clear — if we’re going to say we have every kind of transportation, then we need to have every kind of transportation. So now, that includes planes: FlightScreen has landed.
What is placemaking? Project for Public Spaces breaks it down extensively here, but in short: Placemaking is about how we make cities and spaces into more than just streets and trees. It's about creating a place that people want to be, that's accessible, that's unique.
It’s no question that a huge factor in how people decide which apartment building to live in is based on its proximity to transit. This is especially true in large cities — after all, having everything you need near your home is why you don’t live in Idaho, right?
We're excited to announce our partnership with JLL (NYSE: JLL) to bring our real-time displays of comprehensive transportation data to lobbies of commercial office buildings across the United States.
Climate change is real — any arguments to the contrary are, well, not true. Buildings account for 70 percent of electricity consumption and 39 percent of carbon dioxide emissions in the United States. We as a company believe strongly in keeping our operations as green as possible however we can, whether it's buying renewable energy credits or making sure none of our employees commute to work in a car.