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Jessica Fortier
Public spaces provide a sense of community and bring character to a neighborhood. For example, the empty lots on Harrison Ave in the South End of Boston provide space for the increasingly popular SoWa Market. The arts market, farmers’ market, and food trucks bring joy to an area that is otherwise underutilized. Other growing areas...
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Americans are no longer flocking to the suburbs. Previous generations aimed for the suburban dream of a cookie-cutter four bedroom home and a minivan. The Millennial generation wants to keep an exciting urban lifestyle. What makes city living so appealing to Millennials? As a Millennial, I enjoy the convenience of public transportation and value walkability....
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A booming real estate trend, especially in Boston, is mixed-use developments. These developments often include residential, retail, and office space. These spaces seem like a great “next step” living arrangement for recent graduates and young professionals who still desire the amenities of a college dormitory: fitness center, security, and dining options in the building. However,...
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Anyone in Boston will tell you how upset they are with the MBTA’s quality and service this winter. Commuters have been forced to squeeze into the T like sardines in a can and have waited outside in subzero temperatures due to widespread delays and disabled trains. Yes, 2015 has been an unusually stormy winter, but...
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For the first time in about one hundred years, the rate of urban population growth has outpaced the suburbs. Jobs in the city entice recent graduates to settle there and maintain an urban lifestyle. This does not mean that the suburban real estate market will be suffering as a result; it means that commercial real...
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                The rooftops of large industrial buildings are often overlooked and underutilized. Commercial real estate owners can take advantage of this profitable space by leasing it for the purpose of solar energy. This investment in solar energy increases property value, can lower costs for tenants, and generates extra revenue....
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One of the most influential forms of communication is word-of-mouth: The act of consumers providing information or advice to other consumers. Opinion leaders are the trendsetters. They are the initial users of a product or consumers of information. Opinion seekers are the individuals that are influenced by opinion leaders. In the past, word-of-mouth was limited...
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