Place Matters: How Amenities Can Make a Happy Community

Place matters. According to a new study by the American Enterprise Institute, people who live in neighborhoods rich in amenities — such as shops, restaurants, and parks — are happier, more engaged in their communities, and less lonely.

Working in Chicago: River North Edition

Your guide to work, live, play in River North   Ranked as the #1 city for quality of life, Chicago is home to nearly 3 million people and over 200,000 businesses. Known as a global economic powerhouse, the city has become an international hub for finance, commerce, tech, and transportation. Today, many Fortune 500 companies […]

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Working in NoVA: Ballston Edition

Your guide to work, live, play in Ballston, Virginia    Northern Virginia, locally referred to as NoVA, has become known as one of the best places on the East Coast to live and work. In recent years, the area has earned a reputation for being a place of innovation where large corporations are increasingly investing […]

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