Covid-19 is testing us all. Millennials, Gen X’ers, and younger Boomers are surprised by what they are learning from being home for an extended period – much like retirement – many of life’s activities are more difficult or impossible. Here are seven of those retirement surprises.
Li Ka-shing’s flagship firms reported that their annual profits were dragged down last year due to the “unprecedented challenges” of the pandemic.
The end of the Covid-19 pandemic will help all cities, but greater competition among cities means that poor governance will have worse impacts.
Q believers are convinced the former president’s Pennsylvania Avenue hotel is sending a signal about the much-anticipated date—when he will be inaugurated again.
Presently, the suburbs are gaining at the expense of the cities, but in time, the suburbs may well lose out to small towns and the exurbs.
Covid-19 has sent millions to their home offices and created ghost towns of city centers around the world. New research explores the economic impact of this transition in the UK
Housing starts in the United States last year exceeded population growth. Rising interest rates in 2022 or later will coincide with much cheaper apartment rentals, hurting single family home demand. Prices may not fall, but heady appreciation will be over.
In Portland, Oregon, continued violence and vandalism have combined with high housing costs, homelessness and poor community leadership to raise the question: how long before this city dies?
Which raises the question: After the pandemic is over, will clients, accustomed to working remote, still be quite as willing to accommodate the agency overheads that come with expensive office space?
The incredibly detailed and insightful report by Swedish homelift company Aritco and forecaster Springwise lists 18 emerging tech innovations and an insightful view of how our lives at home may well be completely shifting in light of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2021 and beyond.