Three growing cities are planning municipal tech innovations that could soon change urban life as we know it. Original article published in BREAKGROUND, a quarterly digital magazine on the intersection between technology and design.
Commercial real estate has plenty of changes to keep an eye on in the new year. From investments to lending to how spaces and places will actually be used, 2017 promises to be a year of sweeping high-level change as well as continued cultural, technological, and lifestyle shifts. This year Kimble Consulting is making predictions on collaborative spaces, built-in well-being, and how developments are re-imagining their environmental footprint through new parking plans.