Google Goes to the Market...Chelsea Market That Is

February 9, 2018
Updated 4mo ago

Your Future Home hosts Baker Machado and Hope King discuss the latest news in real estate, interior design and home buying!

Google's parent company Alphabet is close to purchasing the New York City Chelsea Market building for over $2 billion. According to a report from The Real Deal, the tech giant will acquire the 1.2 million square foot office and retail property from Jamestown in about two months.

Plus, in an effort to attract more tenants, some commercial real estate developers are turning to wood as their go-to material for building. Over the past decade more architects, engineers, and developers have explored the use of engineered timber products because of its appeal in creating a warm environment by connecting employees to nature.