There have been many changes brought about by the coronavirus
pandemic. Some may disappear quickly, but others may be
permanent. Here are the main trends with homeowners today.
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Water Street Antiques & Interiors, founded in 1972 by Terry
and Christine O’Neill, isn’t just an antique store.
As farmers and event organizers adapt to climate change and the
ongoing spread of the pandemic, mandarin oranges have offered a
bright taste of normalcy during grim times.
There’s a staggering demand for affordable housing coming just
when there’s less financing available to build it.
You might not associate remote work with construction, but Mare
Island-based Factory OS is redesigning the business model by
building multifamily homes off-site, then shipping them to the
Hiring new people with new ideas and varied experience is always
a good idea. It’s also good to think about what the current staff
thinks and make sure they are happy.
Comstock’s spoke to Andersen about the Folsom Plan Area, which will add housing, schools, parks, and commercial and office buildings, and bring in an estimated 25,000 new residents.
Leaders in business and development say the trend could alter the trajectory of the region’s economy for years to come.
To open our annual housing issue, Comstock’s executive editor weighs the pros and cons of moving to Midtown Sacramento.