Avoid these mistakes to ensure your facility is more livable for the exacting Baby Boom generation, says designer Mary Cook.
Technology, flexible layouts and contemporary style are key to attracting young buyers, says BUILDER blogger Mary Cook.
It’s important to consider mistakes to avoid, as well as features to add, during development.
This cottage in Lake Geneva, WI has a master suite designed to take full advantage of the panoramic views that the property has to offer.
Read about how smart home technology can make life easier for extended families living under one roof.
Artificial intelligence technology like Alexa has the possibility to control everything in a unit. Mary Cook Associates founder and President Mary Cook said tech can be used to monitor peak… Read More
Millennials are the top target for many real estate developers and builders, but given the numbers, that focus may be misplaced. Baby Boomers, now 53 to 71 years-old and almost 75… Read More
Today’s renters—accustomed to boutique hotels, smart coffee shops and restaurants where the décor is as important as the menu—are visually sophisticated and highly design conscious. They want spaces that look… Read More