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April 19, 2021

In the News: Why industrial buildings are key to the future of cities

This article was originally posted in the San Francisco Business Times April 2021.
This article was later posted in the Silicon Valley Business Journal April 2021.

Urban Industrial 2.0 is key to the future of our cities.

The growing demand for R&D, e-commerce and delivery/warehousing facilities, escalated by the pandemic, has intensified the need for industrial projects to be woven into the fabric of urban planning and design. Anthony Cataldo, AIA, LLED AP  outlines why industrial buildings are critical elements for the future for our cities Рcheck out his piece in the San Francisco Business Times

Read the article here. (subscription required)

 


 


Anthony Cataldo is COO of Oakland-based Lowney Architecture, with more than 19 years of experience in commercial and industrial architecture and design.


To evaluate solutions for an existing property, or to discuss plans for your next project, please contact Anthony at moc.h1634715657craye1634715657nwol@1634715657ynoht1634715657na1634715657, or reach another member of the Lowney Architecture team at 510-836-5400.

 

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