If you think people are moving to the suburbs in the new era of working from home, you’re not wrong. It’s been 6 months since the government took steps in this pandemic, urging us to adjust, and stay put at home whenever possible. By now people have started to adjust have either moved or are clear on where they want to move and more space is a common theme. If location, location, location is the key to investing, this is the time to look to the future.
The Cascadia Innovation Corridor Initiative was released this week and provides some inspiration to those seeking solutions to growth, space, and balance in our region, think 'hubs.'
“On its current growth trajectory, the Cascadia megaregion — which connects Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, B.C. — will face congestion by 2035 that resembles the current traffic in Los Angeles or San Jose and it will be less affordable than San Francisco and New York are today by 2040.”