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February 21, 2020

Coronavirus Could Hit Construction
Supply Chains Next

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A clear picture of the global economic impact of the deadly coronavirus has begun to emerge, and U.S. real estate companies are monitoring how the crisis could play out on construction sites and in development pipelines.

Coronavirus Could Hit Construction Supply Chains Next

Coronavirus caused more than 2,000 deaths and infected more than 75,000 people as of Thursday, and while most of those are still concentrated in China, where the pathogen originated, its global reach is coming into clearer focus. Coronavirus has impacted the bottom lines of some of the world’s biggest…

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Can Micro Retail In Coworking Lift The Sector Out Of Crisis?

 

Eva De Leon felt burnt out.

A few years ago, De Leon worked as an educator at a nonprofit, but wanted to start her own flower shop. After looking at the retail spots in the North Park neighborhood of San Diego, she says she felt hopeless.  

"I looked at the more traditional retail spaces, and I was like, 'I cannot afford this,'" De Leon said. "Aside from the rent, building out a location would cost about $40K, and I still need money to keep the business afloat while waiting for clientele and customers. I was looking at [spending at least] $100K.

"I worked in nonprofit education," she said. "It was very discouraging."

Walking around the same neighborhood, she saw a building with a small ground-floor lounge. She approached the owner and asked if it was available. 

It was the start of her business endeavor.

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