With interactive programs for tenants, each hive becomes specific to the community where it lives while providing tenants with a critical awareness and education about the importance of bee populations and their vital role in the world’s food supply. For example, at 1000 Continental, the honeybee hive is located directly next to the Community Garden, which offers tenants a chance to grow seasonal vegetables and plants such as lavender, a great nectar source and a way to attract bees for pollination. Starting in mid-June, our apiary partners suited up and began extracting the honey from the rooftop hives. Once fully retrieved, the honey will be strained and bottled providing tenants and guests of these build
Since KBS was formed 30 years ago, we have known that challenges in the marketplace provide opportunities for our investment activities and strategies. The headlines in recent news earlier this month, “U.S. Economy Contracts for Second Straight Quarter,” announces we have a recession.