edited by Jodi Summers Looking at Forbes’ billionaire statistics country-by-country, you’ll be satisfied to know that the United States boasts 29 real estate billionaires > more than any other individual nation. China has the second highest number of the property-rich at 21, followed closely by Hong Kong, with 18 real estate billionaires. We siphoned through […]

by Jodi Summers Young people are interested in a different kind of lifestyle than earlier generations, thus Americans are experiencing an urban renaissance of unanticipated proportions. ..and it’s making us greener. Realizing that now is the time for experience, college graduates are moving to cities, where they may eschew owning car and take to bicycling […]

by Jodi Summers They grew and greened our ports, and now everyone is bringing their business to Southern California. We have set an example in growing business through green and efficient building. The Pacific Maritime Association’s website show that in the first quarter of 2014, the Southern California port complex increased its market share on […]

from Jodi Summers The Gerald Desmond Bridge in Long Beach is a through arch bridge that carries four lanes from the end of Interstate 710 across the Cerritos Channel to Terminal Island. The bridge is named after Gerald Desmond, a civic leader and former city attorney for the City of Long Beach. Built in the […]

by Jodi Summers Bravo! The Port of Long Beach has been recognized as the “Best Green Seaport” in the world at the 28th annual Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards. The Port of Long Beach is one of the world’s premier seaports, a primary gateway for trans-Pacific trade and a trailblazer in innovative goods movement, […]

by Jodi Summers You know the story, the greenest building is the one already built. So you must be a big fan of  those fabulous loft conversions in downtown Los Angeles – old office buildings and factories that have been renovated into apartments and condos. That’s what’s happening with a lot of that extra office […]