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Lauren August 11, 2021
The owner of Saks Fifth Avenue is converting parts of department stores into co-working spaces with WeWork, a strategy that marries the popularity of remote work with the struggles of bricks-and-mortar retail.
Lauren August 10, 2021
The streets of Manhattan’s touristy Meatpacking District are going car-free forever after Mayor Bill de Blasio closed them and dozens of others to regular car traffic during the height of COVID.
Lauren August 04, 2021
Chairman, President, and CEO of Empire State Realty Trust and Owner of the Empire State Building Set to Share Industry Insights and Best Practices for Sustainability in the Built World During Keynote Speech at Major Tech Conference in NYC New York (Aug. 5, 2021)
brandonlin August 03, 2021

La Haus, which has developed an online real estate marketplace operating in Mexico and Colombia, has secured $100 million in additional funding, including $50 million in equity and $50 million in debt financing.

The new capital was obtained as an extension to the company’s Series B, the first tranche of which closed in January....
brandonlin August 02, 2021

SAN FRANCISCO — As cyberattacks proliferated this year, Sanjay Beri, the chief executive of Netskope, a cloud security start-up, got a phone call. Then an email. Then more messages.

All were from venture capitalists who wanted to invest in his company. Given the ransomware attacks and nation-state hacks that were making headlines...

brandonlin August 01, 2021
Amazon's biometric palm reader is making its way into the company's Whole Foods and cashierless Go stores — and Axios editor-in-chief Nick Johnston, lover of all things automated, had to try it out on a visit to a Go store in New York, Bryan writes.
brandonlin August 01, 2021
Retail stores of all sizes are turning part of their real estate footprint into logistics and fulfillment centers as they try to blend in-store shopping with e-commerce offerings.
brandonlin July 29, 2021

Tesla showrooms have been a staple of many high-end shopping malls, but that could be changing.

The electric car maker is shuttering a number of stores in favor of less-expensive locations,

brandonlin July 25, 2021
Instacart Inc. is entering the warehouse business, seeking to expand its reach in an increasingly competitive food delivery market. The grocery delivery company said it would start building fulfillment centers for supermarkets over the next 12 months, in partnership with technology company Fabric, in or near grocery stores, with capacity for 10,000 to 50,000 items.