As the conversations around long-term decisions start to percolate again after a six-month pause, some of the ways the coronavirus pandemic has adjusted new and upcoming developments are coming into focus.
Developers and landlords are scrambling to respond to shifts in the way people live and work and shop in future developments, from increasing apartment sizes to accommodate home offices, to pouring more money into technology and infrastructure to combat future pandemics.
“We are all sort of navigating our way through this and hope we come out on the other side," Integral Group Chairman Egbert Perry said. "During the Great Recession, really at the tail end of it, we all sort of exhaled and said, 'We won't see anything like this anytime soon,…
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