1. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has its own brewery, Europe’s longest bar (BD+C)
"The 62,303-seat Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, located in London, is the largest club stadium in London and the first in the world to be custom-built to stage soccer and NFL football games, thanks to its fully retractable pitch."
2. Workers want policy changes before they return to offices (BD+C)
"More office cleaning, work from home opportunities, and staying home when sick among the desired adjustments."
3. International Code Council offers guidance on building re-occupancy for reopening economies (ICC)
"Ahead of reopening efforts, the Code Council has made it a priority to educate businesses, office managers and building safety professionals on an important but often-overlooked safety precaution – preparing an office building for re-occupancy."
4. NSF International’s Checked by NSF program helps businesses reopen safely (BD+C)
"The Checked by NSF program includes a variety of services including a smart phone app that details COVID-19 prevention requirements for specific types of businesses, in-depth consulting services, and customized reopening plans based on the latest public health guidance."
5. thyssenkrupp Elevator launches forward-looking technologies for a more comfortable and secure mobility experience (thyssenkrupp Elevator)
"To ensure peace of mind for passengers, the company is focusing on three pillars: hygiene, social distancing and touchless technologies that prevent the spread of infection in elevators and escalators in public places."
6. Los Angeles Eviction Ban Faces Legal Challenge by City Landlords (Bloomberg via National Real Estate Investor)
"A group of Los Angeles landlords asked a federal judge to overturn eviction bans the city imposed during the pandemic, the latest challenge by property owners of local moves to aid cash-strapped tenants who have lost their jobs during the crisis."
7. Hotels Are Reopening. Will Guests Have Any Reservations? (WSJ)
"The pandemic closed more than 5,000 U.S. hotels. To bounce back, the hospitality industry has to reinvent itself as it reopens."