With commuter and interurban train lines sprouting in large metros nationwide, observers are closely studying the lines' impact on residential property development near stations. Of particular interest is a phenomenon in Florida being termed “The Richard Branson Effect.”
The Brooklyn-focused high-end apartment builder Avery Hall Investments is about to break ground on its biggest project to date, a 21-story, roughly $250 million condo building in Downtown Brooklyn.
A recent land deal in D.C.’s flourishing NoMa neighborhood could help transform a long-untapped intersection where two major thoroughfares meet into a hub of housing and retail.
Welcome to the 21st century, where a request for extra towels in your hotel room may be answered by a roughly 4-foot-high purple robot on wheels. Miami YotelPad — an unfinished 30-story mixed-use development in downtown Miami — will employ three robot butlers for its guests. These robots don’t look like humans (thankfully?), but they’re programmed to…