As part of the nation’s critical infrastructure, commercial real estate is a cybersecurity risk category that is part of the nation’s wider “critical infrastructure.” Most people think about the risks from an operational technology perspective. No one wants to have to pay $5000 in bitcoin in exchange for a ransomed network, right? But while these
Short for “environmental, social and governance,” ESG is a stakeholder-centric approach to doing business. Companies that adhere to ESG standards agree to conduct themselves ethically in those three areas. Organizations have a wide range of approaches and solutions to focus on under the ESG umbrella. For example: Environmental: preserving our natural world Climate change Carbon
The workplace has fundamentally changed. While 80% of workers are in favor of returning to work, companies of all sizes across many industries are increasingly making the shift to hybrid work. A Wakefield Research survey shows that 47% of employees would likely look for another job if their employer doesn’t offer a flexible working model.
U.S. military veterans, National Guard, and Reserve members have valuable transferable skills that can thrive in any company or organization. With intentional training and a solid support structure, studies show that military veterans, National Guard, and Reserve members are more likely to be promoted and become leaders within a company. As the number of National
Why digital trends in hospitality are more important than ever Digital transformation is one of the fastest growing trends in the hospitality industry. As guests look for more personalized experiences when they travel, hotels are looking to digital solutions to bring such experiences to life. For hoteliers, this means an ever-changing landscape where it is
Employers of all sizes can receive an award from the US Department of Labor (DOL) for their efforts to recruit, employ, and retain United States veterans. It’s good to employ US veterans. Your business should employ US veterans. Members of the United States military develop leadership, technical expertise, and problem-solving skills that make them highly
CRE Trends to Watch As Covid-19 continues to transform many aspects of life and business, the commercial real estate (CRE) industry is optimistically adapting to changes. Various sectors see development in office space, retail, residential and industrial spaces—and getting a jump start on what’s ahead. Here are the top CRE trends to watch in 2022:
Open Space Affects Livability Of all the factors that go into a community being rated a best place to live, open space certainly rates near the top of the list. In Castle Rock, CO, rated one of the best places to live in the country by Livability.com, open space is certainly not in short supply.
Smart Growth Enhances Community Reputation At Miller’s Landing, a new mixed-use development in Castle Rock, CO, we’re employing Smart Growth concepts to ensure the development enhances the town’s reputation as one of the best places to live in the country. When completed, Miller’s Landing will feature a bicycle and pedestrian-friendly town center. The town center
Restaurants Recovering from Pandemic For a new multi-use development such as Miller’s Landing, recent data shows the restaurant industry is recovering from the pandemic. Miller’s Landing is a new commercial development in Castle Rock, CO. When completed, it will feature a pedestrian-friendly town center with prime locations for restaurants and retail stores. Recently, the National