Erik Hayden’s Latest Forbes Article
by Angela S. Hwang, on Nov 18, 2020 10:13:36 AM
While it may seem like life has been stuck on the “pause” button, savvy real estate developers aren’t stopping.
In his latest Forbes article, Urban Catalyst Founder Erik Hayden unpacks how the economy will recover post-pandemic and how real estate developers are adapting.
Be sure to read Erik’s full article in Forbes for his insights on:
- Innovative designs that make buildings healthier, more sustainable and flexible as people return to work and public spaces
- Why the future of multifamily housing will look very similar to the way it was before
- Creative ways architects and designers will incorporate outdoor elements into buildings
...and much more!
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