Report | Re-Vision Brochure - 2016
Across the United States, cities are adapting to the information age. As urban centers continue to attract new companies and new residents, submarkets that were once ideal for manufacturing and distribution are now much better suited for living, working, and playing. These areas are often in close proximity to city centers and urban amenities, and create economic benefits for the local governments and general public.
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