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25 October 2016

A Rough Start to Your Morning Can Equal a Bad Workday

I’m a fan of the Harvard Business Review Management Tip of the Day. There are many things in my inbox waiting for me when I first log onto my email but I always read the tip first. Today’s was Help Your Employees Shake a Bad Mood.

It cited an article by Nancy Rothbard from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, which asks if you ever think about what happens to your employees before they get to work. As a program manager, I’m responsible for all aspects of the program but my team always come first.

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21 October 2016

Biking in Amsterdam: Living and Loving the Ride

In larger towns and cities in the Netherlands, cyclists reach their destination 10% faster than car drivers. Combine this with the fact that it’s cheaper, healthier, faster and more enjoyable, you can begin to understand why there are more bikes than people in what some refer to as the City of Bikes

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20 October 2016

Aging in Place: Transportation Options Impact All Generations

Did you know that over 9% of Arlington’s population is age 65 and older? While millennials represent over a quarter of the population, there is still a significant number of seniors living in the County, a number that has actually increased since 2010.

In addition, 22% of the population is in the 45-64 year old age group, raising several issues and potential challenges for Arlington in the next 20 years.

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19 October 2016

Refined Parking Policy for Multi-Family Residential Properties

Like many communities in the United States, Arlington County’s Zoning Ordinance requires developers to build parking for apartment and condominium residents. However, space is limited and land is expensive in Arlington’s urban neighborhoods. Each parking space in a garage can take up as much as 400 square feet, or 36% of an average Arlington apartment, and spaces can cost anywhere from $40,000 to $60,000 each to build.

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18 October 2016

Meet Sheila McGraw, New Business Development Manager

Earlier this month we formally welcomed Sheila McGraw, our new Business Development Manager to the ATP family. Sheila is leading the charge for our Multi-Family Residential Program and comes to us with a passion for human-centric communities. Having spent the last two years in Amsterdam, Sheila fully understands what it’s like to live in an area where people are valued over cars. We are excited to learn insights and experiences from her time in the City of Bikes.

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