Seniors are dropping up to $1.5M to live on campus again

Purchase College is the latest school to cash in on the increasing demand among seniors–senior citizens, that is–to live on campus again. The college has a nearly $15 million unrated tax-exempt note issuance on the horizon for a development where one-bedrooms will be asking for $595,000 and two-bedrooms for $1.5 million, according to Bloomberg. Monthly[…]

Trouble in paradise: Why traveling pop-up restaurant was temporarily shuttered

The New York pop-up concept based on the popular Mexican bar, Gitano, was closed temporarily this week due to “sanitary violations.” Created by the same founder and principal owner as the Tulum location, James Gardner, the temporary restaurant was found in violation of multiple Health Department rules on July 10 and 11 “ranging from insufficient[…]

Mississippi Lt. Gov. forces road to be built from his gated community to a mall

Mississippi’s Department of Transportation is under to “political pressure” to build a road for the convenience of about 130 homeowners, including the Lieutenant Governor. Communication records obtained by the Clarion-Ledger show Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves’ office and his neighborhood property owners association discussing the project with the state transport agency. When the Ledger asked state[…]

WeWork goes vegetarian refusing to pay for meat at events or on staff expense reports

This is not a drill: WeWork–and anyone eating on the company’s dime–is going vegetarian. The co-working giant valued at about $20 billion is removing all meat options from its internal menu and telling employees to leave any meals with meat off their expense reports because they will no longer be footing the bill, according to[…]