Consumer Affairs picked up GO Group’s survey results:
How much should you get for giving up your airline seat?
Survey finds business travelers generally expect more than leisure travelers
The summer travel season often means jammed airport terminals and oversold flights. When that happens, you might be asked to give up your seat and take a later flight.
Should you, and how much compensation from the airline should you expect?
Last year, United Airlines was the unwelcome focus of attention after a passenger, Dr. David Dao, was dragged off a flight after declining to give up his seat so that an airline employee could take his place. United, along with other airlines, immediately implemented changes in how they handle overbooked situations, in some cases increasing the incentives for booked passengers to voluntarily take a later flight.
The GO Group surveyed a representative sample of air travelers to learn what consumers think they should get for accepting a bump. The opinions are widely divergent.
Read the full story here: https://www.consumeraffairs.com/news/how-much-should-you-get-for-giving-up-your-airline-seat-061918.html
Shuttle Provider Gets Award For FEMA Hurricane Service
Luxury Coach and Transportation Magazine picked up our great story about GO Puerto Rico member receiving an award from DHS for its work with FEMA after hurricane Maria.
Client Aerex is a source in this article about pesky garden bugs!
Watch this podcast interview with Leon Walker, DL3 Realty and the importance of his work in Venture Development.
GO Group’s survey is picked up in Transportation Today News.
Collete English Dixon, the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate, is interview by Bisnow National edition.
Chicago Tribune feature reporter Rick Kogan writes a delightful article about map expert Sammy Berk, founder of the Chicago International Map Fair.
Chicago’s Awful Divide
This is a great in-depth article about Chicago and the challenges for people living in under-served neighborhoods. Client Leon Walker, DL3 Realty, was interviewed regarding his work on the Whole-Foods anchored Englewood Square development.
New Discussion Paper on Venture Development Released by DL3 Capital
CHICAGO (Nov. 2, 2017) – Leon I. Walker, managing partner, DL3 Capital, has released a discussion paper designed to share his experiences in an emerging field of real estate development that he calls “Venture Development.” The document, titled, “Venture Development: an Opportunity for Private Investors to Drive Concordant Change in the American Inner City,” is available for review at http://www.dl3realty.com/venturedevelopment.
Venture Development is a modern, sustainable economic development strategy through which equity investors can pursue a positive holistic change in urban neighborhoods, while earning competitive risk-adjusted financial returns.
DL3 has successfully implemented this practice by developing real estate projects that have helped revitalize Chicago’s urban communities. Its projects are more than just bricks and mortar. They are designed to provide an economic stimulus that ultimately lifts economic prospects and quality-of-life for local residents.
Travelers Prefer to Pick and Choose Hotel Services according to GO Group Survey
CHICAGO (Feb . 02, 2018) – Sixty-six percent of GO Group survey respondents said they would prefer to pick and choose hotel services and pay accordingly rather than have one bundled price with charges for services not used.
The GO Group LLC, an international ground transportation provider, conducted the survey and more than 150 people responded.
Of the 34% of participants who said they preferred one price, several commented they chose this option only if all rates and fees were provided at booking and not at check out.
DL3 Realty Breaks Ground for Woodlawn’s New Jewel-Osco
Development will Eliminate a Known Food Desert
CHICAGO (March 8, 2018) – On March 7, Leon Walker, managing partner, DL3 Realty broke ground along with Mayor Rahm Emanuel and community leaders at 61st Street and Cottage Grove where a new Jewel-Osco will be developed.
The project, a joint venture of DL3 Realty and Terraco Real Estate Development and Management, is a 48,000 square-foot development located in Woodlawn, an emerging community that is home to the University of Chicago’s South Campus and just minutes from the future Obama Presidential Center. The full-service grocery store and drive-through pharmacy will eliminate a food desert, bringing high-quality fresh food options and more than 200 jobs to the Woodlawn community. The store is expected to open in early 2019.
The Preservation of Affordable Housing Chicago, (POAH) sold the site to DL3 Realty and Terraco last year for $2M. It is the last parcel of undeveloped land from the former Grove Parc public housing projects.
Chicago Finance Exchange member is a source in this Crain’s Chicago Business article. These Stock Pickers Continue to Outsmart the Indexes/
Middle Market Growth Magazine publishes a bylined article for Avenue. Brand-Driven Approach Accelerates Post-Merger Acceleration
ABF Journal, cover story, bylined by Chicago Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association members.
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