Millennials Love Home Automation: 985 High at The Castle Columbus, Ohio

To deliver a seamless internet experience, 985 High at The Castle capitalized on the opportunity to provide buildingwide Wi-Fi and home automation. Our thanks to Kaileigh Steiner, director of marketing and community engagement for BORROR, and John Casadonte, senior product marketing manager for American Tower, for helping gather information for this profile.

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Making Mobile Service an Amenity: Fourth and Madison, Seattle, Washington

Wireless coverage in office buildings is no longer a nice-to-have feature. It’s now something that business tenants expect. Seattle’s Fourth and Madison wants to stand out from the crowded office property pack by enhancing mobile coverage for its business tenants. Our thanks to Conner Hayes, assistant property manager of Hines, and Thom Antonopoulos, executive vice president of Connectivity Wireless Solutions, for helping gather information for this profile.

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California Dreaming: Mayumi Hotel, Culver City, California

Is it a hotel? A dormitory? A co-living space? Whatever you call this new micro-community, gigabit connectivity is an essential amenity. Our thanks to Alexander Bird, co-founder of Mayumi, for his help in gathering the information for this profile.

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Student Housing, Texas-Size: TAMU Park West, College Station, Texas

Faced with a tight deadline and a large student-housing project at Texas A&M University, Servitas Management Group engaged one of its traditional partners, Synergy Fiber, to install and run all IT services. Our thanks to Trey Verbick of Servitas and Doug Karaska, vice president of projects and deployments at Synergy, for gathering the information for this profile.

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Working@Home: 407 Orange St., Oakland, California

As Silicon Valley culture spills over into the East Bay, broadband is becoming a hot-button issue in Oakland, California. Condo owners at 407 Orange made their building competitive in this tech-savvy environment with the help of AT&T Fiber. Thanks to Shauna Serdahl of Associa, Justin Hess of AT&T and Stan Cardoza of the 407 Orange Street Homeowners Association for gathering the information for this profile.

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Working@Home: 407 Orange St., Oakland, California

As Silicon Valley culture spills over into the East Bay, broadband is becoming a hot-button issue in Oakland, California. Condo owners at 407 Orange made their building competitive in this tech-savvy environment with the help of AT&T Fiber. Thanks to Shauna Serdahl of Associa, Justin Hess of AT&T and Stan Cardoza of the 407 Orange Street Homeowners Association for gathering the information for this profile.

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One Fiber, Two Providers: Givens Gerber Park, Asheville, North Carolina

This month, Broadband Communities showcases Givens Gerber Park, an affordable senior housing community whose residents can choose between two broadband services delivered over the same fiber infrastructure. Thanks to Ricky Foor of Givens Communities and Alan Bertsch of Qypsys for gathering the information for this profile.

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