In New York, Miami, and Washington, D.C., major developments promise to make old destinations feel new again.
by Matt Alderton
According to the most recent “National Community Preference Survey,” published in 2013 by The National Association of Realtors, 60 percent of homebuyers favor neighborhoods with a mix of houses, stores, and other businesses that are within walking distance. With the American population increasingly opting to live in cities over suburbs, it’s no surprise that people want to meet in livelier areas too.
“It’s all about the experience,” observes Greg O’Dell, president and CEO of Events DC, the official convention and sports authority for the District of Columbia. “Meeting attendees today want to have memorable experiences, and we’ve spent a lot of time focused on trying to create those experiences.”
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