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Digital Maps of Columbus Encourage Development

Published May 18, 2017

Some time ago, the only way to get a bird’s-eye view of a city was to actually get up in a plane—or get a map, of course. Now, with digital maps having overtaken traditional paper maps, you can see what everything looks like from the comfort of your desk chair with just a few clicks […]

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A Quick Commercial Guide to HVAC Systems

Published May 12, 2017

As a commercial property owner, heating, ventilating and cooling is one of the most important considerations to make when constructing or renovating your building. As an owner, you have the responsibility to ensure they are safe and comfortable. Landlords in Ohio are legally obligated to provide adequate heating units; air conditioning, on the other hand, […]

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5 Major Mixed-Use Construction Projects in the U.S.

Published May 5, 2017

Mixed-use developments, which blend residential, commercial and even industrial uses within one building, block or neighborhood, are booming. Some of these developments have become cities within cities, providing all the amenities and shops that residents need—so they never need to leave. Fifth + Broadway Project — Nashville, TN The Fifth + Broadway project in Nashville, […]

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Go Green and Grow: How Commercial Construction Benefits From Renewable Energy

Published April 27, 2017

Eco-friendly, sustainable, environmentally conscious, green—they are all buzzwords, but they have made a big impact on consumers and businesses. Numerous studies have shown that consumers think better of brands that display a commitment to protecting the environment, even going so far as to pay more for a product or service. Big business has caught on […]

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What’s in Store for Resilient Design in Commercial Construction

Published April 21, 2017

Some of man’s greatest achievements are found in architecture—ancient tombs, centuries-old churches and, more recently, the first skyscrapers—but they are only so impressive as long as they last. Thousands of years ago, the ancients weren’t discussing “resilient design,” but they certainly executed some aspects of the idea in buildings that are still standing today. Resilient […]

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Smart Tech Trends: Making Commercial Properties Smarter

Published April 17, 2017

We’ve advanced quickly over the past few decades thanks to technology, so it only makes sense that the buildings we inhabit catch up. The Internet of Things, which is the concept of transforming everyday physical items into network-enabled devices that can communicate and collect data, took root in the 1980s—eons ago in terms of computing—but […]

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Columbus: Leading Downtown Revitalization

Published April 3, 2017

All over the country, a trend has emerged: more people are moving to the city center. Where once downtown was strictly business, the areas are now becoming vibrant places to live, work and play. And it’s partly thanks to the surge of new residents: millennials are moving downtown in droves (to no one’s surprise), but […]

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What Millennials Really Want in a Rental

Published April 3, 2017

Much has been written about millennials: they’re ambitious and entrepreneurial. They’re tech-savvy and eco-friendly, and they have been busy putting off entering the real estate market—at least as homeowners—until they’ve had their fair share of fun renting. Of course, all or none of these millennial traits may be true depending on the individual, but there […]

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Top 4 Largest Commercial Construction Projects in the U.S.

Published March 26, 2017

While cozy shops and intimate office spaces have their charm, sometimes bigger really is better. The U.S. has been known for its impressively large buildings—some of which have topped the lists of largest buildings in the world for decades—but they keep on getting bigger.   The Palazzo in Paradise, Nevada Made up of not just […]

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Top 5 Biggest and Best Buildings in Ohio

Published March 17, 2017

Around the country, there are thousands of sky-high modern office buildings and magnificent historical landmarks that create the American skylines we all know and love. Ohio is no different: with soaring skyscrapers and sprawling office complexes, the Buckeye State boasts its fair share of impressive buildings. Key Tower Located in Cleveland, Key Tower is not […]

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