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If you’ve spent much weekend time in any of the Midwest’s biggest cities recently, you might have noticed something surprising: downtown areas are bustling. This familiar activity, so conspicuously absent over the last 12-14 months of pandemic shutdowns and slowdowns, is a welcome reminder of the urban renaissance that
Here at Farbman Group, our commitment to creating and managing places that are true community resources includes a strong commitment to public art. From murals to statuary, public art installations are more than just an aesthetic upgrade—they a great way to make public spaces more appealing and engaging. Art
President Biden’s announcement that every American adult will have access to a vaccine by the end of May is just one recent highlight in an ongoing stream of good news about vaccine timelines, availability, and efficacy.
That’s obviously welcome news for everyone, and commercial real estate professionals are no exception.
It’s no secret that the COVID crisis has hit much of the commercial real estate sector extremely hard. For many regional malls—especially B and C malls that were already struggling—the impact has been devastating.
B and C mall assets were already facing the largest challenges in the regional mall space,
The one-year anniversary of the pandemic’s disruption is now in the rearview mirror. Accelerating vaccine rollouts are giving new optimism that the worst of the COVID crisis may finally be behind us. It’s time for commercial real estate professionals to start looking to the future and turn hopeful wishing