For the past century, businesses and corporations around the world have often engaged in the kind of profit-seeking motives that require an excuse. American companies, in particular, have long been virgorated by a type of ruthless and relentless drive for growth—proliferated through ideas like Milton Friedman’s shareholder theory which argued that, above all else, company [...]
When talking about the defining attraction for the world’s most visited cities, an iconic art installation is typically peoples’ first thought. Whether it’s Michaelangelo’s frescoes in Rome’s Sistine Chapel, the Eiffel Tower in Paris or the Arch in St. Louis, public art has delivered immense cultural, social and economic value for millenia. Today, communities look [...]
Local businesses are the heartbeat of America. Their role in supporting and sustaining local communities and economies is profoundly understated—especially as monopolistic, multinational corporations continue to enter cities touting deceivingly similar support. Economic Impact of Local Supporting local business has real economic advantages that make cities better and more appealing to live in. Multiple studies [...]
The 7.5-acre Gateway – University District is a mixed-use project stemming from a decades-long partnership involving The Ohio State University and the City of Columbus. Developed in 2005, it comprises one of the largest university retail corridors in the world. Discover more about Gateway – University District in this Steiner Project Spotlight. The Intersection of [...]
Published in UrbanLand By Katarina Karac | July 15, 2019 The population of Columbus, Ohio, is growing rapidly, surpassing that of San Francisco, according to U.S. Census Bureau data from 2018. Central Ohio is on a path to become a region of 3 million people by 2050. In light of the expected growth, local leaders, [...]
LAS VEGAS—On the “here comes health care” panel at ICSC RECon 2019, panelists talked about how consumers want greater service and support from their healthcare provider and with that comes the convenience of adding providers in shopping centers. According to a recent retail report from JLL, for example, shopping centers have realized that healthcare services [...]
Published in Chain Store Age A health-conscious restaurant brand is set to expand into Ohio next year. True Food Kitchen, co-founded by integrative medicine expert Dr. Andrew Weil, will open a 6,000-sq.-ft. location at Easton Town Center in 2020. The fast-casual chain’s menu rotates regularly with fresh, in-season produce and nutrient-dense ingredients, with vegetarian, vegan [...]
BY NATALIE DOLCE, NATIONAL REAL ESTATE INVESTOR In the opening workshop session, held Sunday morning at ICSC’s RECon Convention, Yaromir Steiner, CEO of Steiner + Associates, talked about how understanding the difference in need based services versus want base services is key. The workshop defined new approaches to create or bring existing retail real estate environments [...]
Tavistock and Steiner + Associates are showcasing Lake Nona Town Center at ICSC’s NY Deal Making Conference this week. ICSC interviewed Tavistock Vice President Robert Thompson live today to learn more about the exciting mixed-use project in Orlando.
Tavistock Development Co. is working with Google’s Intersection division to create one of the most techno-centric retail centers in the U.S. — at Lake Nona, an 11,000-acre mixed-use community in Orlando, Fla.