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Rose Report Spring-Summer 2017

Part of our work with economic development lies in facilitating small business and entrepreneurship. Supporting small business and entrepreneurship has long been a passion of Rose & Associates.

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Rose Report Spring-Summer 2016

The Future of Workspace: The work environment is changing. The next generation of work space is a reflection of the behaviors, attitudes and design of what was traditionally called office and industrial space.

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Rose Report Winter 2016

Food Tourism Sparks Economic Development: Food Tourism has proven to be an important economic development strategy. Farmers’ markets, specialty food markets, restaurants and accommodation providers create a sense of place, as l ocal food and drink provides an authentic “taste of place”.

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10 Recommendations for Building Healthy Communities

In the second edition of the biennial  community survey from the Washington-based nonprofit organization, Urban Land Institute, America in 2015, 38% of Americans say there is a lack of convenient outdoor space in which to run, walk, or exercise in their community. Some developers are starting to integrate the

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New Survey on Where Millenials want to live…Suburbs?!

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ULI Fall Meetings – Highlights Developer’s Insights

Some notable insights, which we are now experiencing and discussing with clients in the Southeast US, as Cities strive to compete in global marketplace… Global Cities: The Developer’s Perspective from Rob Speyer The mass migration of 2.5 billion people from suburbs, towns, and villages to the world’s

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New attitudes about space design not just for Millenials

This is an interesting article on space design for the workplace…

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Rose writes article for Alliance for Innovation

Read the article: The Case for Integration And One City’s Quest for Sustainability

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Rose writes feature article for Shopping Center Business

After writing a number of articles for this publication back in the ’90s (gosh has it been that long?!) – see our latest musings on place-making, mixed-use and what makes the Main Street shopping experience. More to come! Shopping Center Business

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