I was so excited to read this article about Ash Properties and their plans for making downtown Jacksonville more vibrant.
The company is looking at the possibility of adding retail, restaurants and housing to the properties it owns on Hogan, Adams, Julia and Forsyth streets. This would be a tremendous jolt to an already growing and rebuilding downtown.
We are entering a decade of seismic demographic change.
The retirement of 693 million Baby Boomers and the debut of 1.3 billion Generation Z workers entering the labor force over the next ten years has major implications for real estate occupiers, investors and policy-makers around the world (click here to watch a short video).
Cushman & Wakefield’s new report, Demographics Shifts: The World in 2030, explores the opportunities and challenges that changing demographics will have on the workplace by 2030, including:
The aging of Baby Boomers
The progression of Millennials
The difference between Generation Z and Millennials
2019 was the year that the pop-up store “popped out.” Digital natives going bricks-and-mortar; an explosion of local entrepreneurism; the rise of upstart brands; a new launching pad for global retailers, and so much more—These are all examples of the types of pop-up trends we are seeing in retail.
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