Senior-living facilities are driving a new trend in healthcare: the therapeutic use of virtual reality (VR). John Knox Village, an award-winning retirement community in South Florida, in conjunction with Stanford University, is at the forefront of this trend.
2. opens in a new windowStrengthening San Antonio’s infrastructure is critical to accommodate population growth
Cities throughout the southern United States are currently experiencing considerable population growth due to the influx of new residents from states like California and New York, a phenomenon accelerated by the pandemic. To accommodate this population growth, and mitigate potential future issues, cities like San Antonio will need a comprehensive infrastructure plan in place.
New Jersey’s business community is recovering from the COVID-induced slowdown but the pandemic also laid bare the inequities in the rebound, said Gov. Phil Murphy in an interview with Invest:. “It’s a mixed picture; I’d be lying if I said otherwise,” Murphy said.
Decreasing vacancy rates, an active industrial development landscape and overall robust demand have Broward County poised for a record-breaking year, JLL reportedopens pdf file in its 2Q21 industrial report for the county.
It seems everyone wants to be in Atlanta. While the region has been taking steps to balance development and affordability, developers have continued to buy up and build on the city’s increasingly costly real estate, to the detriment of some local neighborhoods.
5. opens in a new windowBanking on people: TCM Bank’s people-first culture key in handling pandemic disruptions
For the banking and finance sector, the pandemic ushered in a wave of disruption that forced clients and businesses of all sizes to rely on digital offerings and industry professionals more than ever. Maintaining a purpose driven people-first work culture has been instrumental for the sector as institutions contended with the uncertainty of a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic.