The average commute time is one hour a day.

The average commute distance is 16 miles a day.


But it looks like that's shifting.

Now, it’s possible for people to head out to work without even leaving their building.

And we aren’t even talking about WFH.


That’s right, the latest peek into the future of living & work is giving a whole new meaning to the concept of efficiency.


New constructions of are built with life balance in mind, with everything at your fingertips. These buildings are split use, with high-end living quarters on the upper floors and office or coworking spaces toward the bottom.


More and more people are deciding that quality of life is more important than traditional ownership, ditching a long commute and hours of life wasted each day. While inefficient to say the least, this also takes a toll on our mental and physical health.


It’s absolutely true that time is our greatest asset. So why waste it? Residents in these mixed-use buildings are enjoying less stress, more time to spend doing things they love, and more overall happiness.


This is the future of city living. No buses, trains, or taxis needed to go from home to the office. No dedicating expenses to daily transportation just to make it to work. By tapping into the sharing economy, this is all possible.

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