Katie Warren, provided by Published 10:45 am CST, Sunday, December 2, 2018 Katie Warren/Business Insider New York City's new One World Trade Center cost $4 billion and took eight years to build. I took a tour to see what the inside looks like four years after the first tenants moved in. In addition to 78 floors of office spaces with jaw-dropping views, the building has an employee amenities floor with a café, game room with video game consoles and shuffleboard and billiards tables. About 8,000 people work in the building, mainly for media and tech companies. New York City's new One World Trade Center, nicknamed the "Freedom Tower," cost $4 billion and took eight years to build between the start of construction in 2006 and the first tenants moving in 2014. Four years after opening its doors to the first tenants, about 8,000 people now work in the building for companies that include Condé Nast, streaming service DAZN, and workout app Aaptiv. The building … [Read more...] about NYC’s new One World Trade Center dominates the skyline — but I went inside and it didn’t look like the bland, traditional office building I was expecting
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caption A vigorous game of doubles table tennis at JPMorgan Chase’s tech hub in Manhattan. source Hollis Johnson/Business Insider It’s only a couple of years old, but at JPMorgan Chase’s office at Five Manhattan West the walls have already been defaced. And it’s not just the walls. Chairs and other surfaces have been scribbled all over as well. At the headquarters for JPMorgan’s digital ambitions, this is all by design – writable surfaces are part of the effort to foment the collaboration, serendipity, and free-form thinking that run amok at Silicon Valley’s most agile workplaces. JPMorgan developers and designers have embraced the wall-and-furniture-as-medium ethos. So much so that, after some early misunderstandings – not every white surface can be written on, it turns out – helpful signage has been added to guide spontaneous bursts of code, formulas, and workflow mapping to areas that can more readily be cleaned … [Read more...] about Inside JPMorgan Chase’s New York City tech office — the ‘mothership’ of the bank’s $10.8 billion digital ambitions
opinion Nolan Finley The Detroit News Published 3:00 p.m. UTC Jun 21, 2018 Over the next five years, the music of Detroit will be played by jackhammers, welding torches and concrete mixers as the city moves through what promises to be its most intensive development surge in nearly a century. Ford Motor Co.'s reveal this week of its plan to use the Michigan Central Depot for a new mobility headquarters confirms, in the words of Rock Venture's Matt Cullen, "the sustainability of the redevelopment of the city of Detroit." "It creates the confidence that this will last," says Cullen, who has worked 30 years for this moment. "That's important because it allows people to make career decisions, investment decisions, public infrastructure investments with a different mindset." Ford's Corktown project joins Dan Gilbert's plans to put up the city's tallest building on the Hudson's site and remake the Monroe Block, the Ilitch family's development of The District … [Read more...] about Finley: Who will build, staff Detroit’s new spaces?
Andy Kiersz, provided by Published 6:30 am, Tuesday, June 12, 2018 turtix/Shutterstock New York City includes dozens of neighborhoods across its five boroughs: Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens, and the Bronx. Residents of those neighborhoods speak a plethora of languages. Using census data from the Minnesota Population Center, we found the three most commonly spoken languages in each neighborhood. New York is a city of neighborhoods, and those neighborhoods have a diverse array of people from all over the world. Recommended Video: Now Playing: Hong Kong is a place for people to go and build their professional dreams and a magnet for talent, skill, and creative energy. 'Spotlight' reporter Chris Burns travelled to the leading global financial centre to dig in to the real-life stories of Europeans who have built their lives there. The French population alone has quadrupled to 25,000 in a decade. With a total population of 7.4 million, Hong Kong … [Read more...] about The 3 most common languages in every NYC neighborhood
A Manhattan lawyer who was caught on video ranting against Spanish-speaking restaurant workers is facing even more fallout Friday as hundreds of people camped outside his apartment building Friday evening for a festive Latin-themed party, complete with a mariachi band. A "Latin Party" planned outside his Upper West Side apartment attracted huge crowds singing Spanish-language songs, shaking tambourines, dancing and clapping -- all making for a pointedly celebratory atmosphere in response to Aaron Schlossberg's racial tirade. 2 Dead, Dozens Hurt When School Bus Attempts U-Turn: Sources One person posted video on Instagram, writing: "Hey #AaronSchlossberg, maybe stay inside for awhile, or rather, forever, because we are proud Americans and we are LOUD and we will not stand for this HATRED, RACISM and BIGOTRY!" Hey #AaronSchlossberg, maybe stay inside for a while, or rather, forever, because we are proud Americans and we are LOUD and we will not stand for … [Read more...] about NYC Lawyer in Racist Rant Runs From Camera; Community Throws Latin-Themed Party Outside His Apartment