Even though vaccinations are on the rise, there’s still a great deal of uncertainty as to what the future might look like for multifamily properties. New amenities property managers might have had planned for 2021 have been on hold as priorities are being reevaluated. For good reasons, safety precautions have taken precedence over gym upgrades or communal roof gardens.
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How do you rethink the shopping bag?
When The Wall Street Journal recently reported that former Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick, had been buying up warehouses, closed restaurants, and other properties across the country for more than $130 million to be used for CloudKitchens, a new ghost kitchen startup, the industry took notice.
When offices around the world began closing back in the early days of the pandemic, we had little idea how radically COVID-19 would reshape workplace culture.
For anyone living in a single-family home, the food delivery experience is relatively straightforward. Consumers place an order via an app, and then less than an hour later the food magically shows up on their doorstep.
But for the 20% of Americans who live in apartments, it’s a slightly different story.
Remember business lunches—or even running out for a salad?
Now we meet virtually or make do with food from our own fridges. Takeout and delivery have replaced dining-in as eating out has become more fraught.