2021 has been our biggest year yet. This is reflected in our sales and number of projects on our platform – both annual records! – but most importantly, it was our best year because of the impact that our company and mission have had on the communities we serve.
COVID-19 disrupted the real estate sector in 2020 and has accelerated change in the industry moving into 2021. Despite uncertainty, we’ve seen a great deal of optimism about the future and what the new year will bring.
Like all facets of life, placemaking has needed to evolve with the pandemic and the state of the world. Redefining placemaking to account for safety measures and the need for outdoor space – especially for those who lacked access even before the pandemic.
So who’s really a NIMBY? Fewer people than you may think, according to a survey we conducted earlier this year. We wanted to understand what people actually think of development in the context of their communities.
In early March of this year - shortly before the COVID19 pandemic upended our daily lives - our team launched a national survey of 1,000+ people to better understand how they feel about real estate development in their neighborhoods.
coUrbanize Survey Reveals Real Estate Development Is More Welcomed in Neighborhoods than Many Might Believe
coUrbanize Survey Reveals Real Estate Development Is More Welcomed in Neighborhoods than Many Might Believe Nearly Half of Respondents Identify as “Pro-development” and Most Report at Least One Benefit Real Estate Development Brings to Their Community Boston, Mass., June 9, 2020 – coUrbanize, the online community engagement platform purpose-built [...]
coUrbanize Launches an Array of New, Free Tools to Help Customers Address the Coronavirus Crisis COVID-19 Forum, Templates and Response Tab Help Real Estate Developers and Planners Maintain Strong Community Connections to Keep Projects Moving Forward Boston, Mass., April 23, 2020 – coUrbanize, the online community engagement platform purpose-built [...]