Started as a single Seattle location 1972, Sur La Table went on to become one of the largest kitchenware and cooking brands in the country. The company has announced plans to close over 50 of its 121 remaining locations.
A new study finds that county density is not significantly related to the infection rate, but higher density counties have significantly lower virus-related mortality rates than those with lower densities, possibly due to superior health care.
Counties with higher urban densities have a far higher percentage of the COVID-19 deaths, as is illustrated in Figure 4. The higher urban density counties tend to have proportionally more deaths than their share of the national population (Figure 5). With just 4.3% of the nation’s population (Figure 6), counties with 7,500 per square mile urban population densities have 21.7% of the COVID-19 deaths as of July 8, 2020.
An interview with H. Pike Oliver about the challenges and opportunities for real estate education in the Runstad Department of Real Estate in the College of Built Environments at the University of Washington.