Cities and Urbanization

Real estate must offer human experiences, as we escape virtual lockdown living

The Hub on Causeway, a mixed-use development in Boston that helped rejuvenate property values and development in adjacent neighbourhoods.

Diane Hoskins

Co-Chief Executive Officer, Gensler

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