You'll be hard pressed to find an office building as eco-friendly as the Bullitt Center anywhere in the U.S.
Restaurant owners are continually looking for ways to cut costs while also improving the experience of their patrons.
The new year is right around the corner, which for many businesses, means that it is time to review operational expenses and see what the new budget will be like for the upcoming quarter, if not the next 12 months. Utilities are a large expense for any company, which is why it is important to invest in cost-saving measures.
There's no doubt about it - the hospitality industry is a competitive business. Almost regardless of what city the property is located in, the drive to attract more visitors and keep them as valued customers is overwhelming.
Libraries are an important part of a community, which is why updating their features and utilities to ensure they remain operationally in the black is crucial. The Berkeley Side reported that the new West Brach of the Berkeley Public Library opened Dec. 14, 2013, with great reviews.
The hospitality industry is a competitive sector, with hotels, bed and breakfasts, and other overnight destinations clamoring to get the attention of potential customers. San Francisco alone hosted 16.5 million visitors in 2012.
The word is out - energy saving is in vogue. More and more property owners are looking for ways to save money with green technologies. The evolution of the green marketplace and energy-efficient technologies has allowed business owners to incorporate sustainable solutions without negatively impacting the bottom line.
Who hasn't dreamed of being Batman? Or maybe Robin? Well if you have the inclination, there is now a Batman suite available for those who have always dreamed of waking up in the Bat Cave.
A luxury dog boarding center in Garden City is making headlines for its unusual classy treatment of man's best friend. The Observer & Eccentric reported that the Lucky Dog Luxury Daycare and Boarding is opening on November 9 - just in time for the holidays, when many pet owners are asking themselves whether it's a smart idea to travel with their dog.
Large hospitals and medical centers consume a considerable amount of energy just to run everyday. Hospitals are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and as a result, the operational bills can certainly pile up.