They’re all the rage with millennials, Silicon Valley tech execs, tourists and fun-loving commuters — we’re talking electric scooters, people.
Humans are creatures of habit. We like to have reliability in our daily routines, but sometimes things aren't that reliable... they catch fire, are late, or have to undergo renovations. The news of the L train taking a hiatus for reconstruction starting next April has definitely caused concern for many Brooklynites, but fear not! We're here to show you that when one train closes, many others open.
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That's right, the highly anticipated home for the D.C. United will be opening its brand new doors to the public on July 14! The Robert F. Kennedy Stadium was nice while it lasted, but many will agree that it was in desperate need of repairs. One major update from RFK Stadium to Audi Field: accessibility.
Transit convenience was key when building the stadium, hence its prime real estate spot in between The Wharf and Nats Park. So how are they planning to achieve this? In 2017, we looked at some of the most transit-friendly NFL stadiums and noticed a trend in increasing access to public transit options while minimizing traffic. Well, Audi Field will be no exception to that trend.
These days, potential residents are looking for a building to have everything, to be fully decked out in the latest and greatest technology from Nest thermostats to virtual fitness rooms. But they aren’t the only ones who should be excited about living in tech-forward complexes.
Property managers can also greatly benefit from technological advances in their workplace, creating more time to focus on lease-up and retention. Here are just a few ways it can help.
Topics: Real Estate