GLife

GLife provides exceptional products and amenities, designed buildings and spaces that are both attractive and functional and become outstanding corporate citizens. GLife provides pedestrian-friendly, ecologically sensitive and architecturally distinctive living choices, while preserving local heritage and reviving urban life.

Web Site: http://www.gillespie-group.com/


Branded Media – segment #1

Branded Media – segment #1

In this series opener, Eric Brown of The Urbane Way talks with Justin Dunkel about the best way to become your own Branded Media. Related Posts Branded Media; The New Marketing Sword Building Your Own Branded Media We had a chance to catch up with Justin Dunckel from Paragon Properties recently to talk about their Social Media...
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Dining in the D and Urbane Life Team Up!

Related Posts How Many Channels Can You Manage The folks at eMarketer floated the question this week, Are Fewer Channels Better? It is an excellent question, and one that every apartment marketer should incorporate into their strategy, how many different places, or digital channels can you really be effectively. And does it matter how many? “There is a...
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Spring Rolls through Royal Oak

The Royal Oak Non-Motorized Transportation Plan is promoting more bike-friendly communities in Royal Oak, Clawson, Berkley, and beyond by proving that you can indeed have a full and fun evening out without taking a car. Drinks at Lily’s Seafood, appetizers at Black Lotus Brewery, dinner at Pasquale’s, dessert at Sugar Kisses Bakery, and an...
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Will work for Qdoba Queso

The marketing team at the Urbane Way discovered something important today: We actually WILL work for Qdoba Queso. A lesson in how to get marketing outreach for very little money. Related Posts Boring Apartment Marketing Doesn't Get Clicked Through While the guide books, magazines  and Internet Listing Services have helped many apartment marketers with their advertising...
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Interview with Roberto Berloni

Related Posts Becoming a Media Partner We have had a great run with a series of Partnership Marketing events this spring and summer, and we are on the lookout for like arrangements in the future. Although they looked a little different, and spawn a new name, Media Partner, they served the same, or even better...
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The Urbane Conservatory

At the Urbane Space, we added plants everywhere. It has totally changed the mood of the office. The Urbane Space is a free co-working space in Birmingham, Michigan. Come down, bring a computer, and work for free at our awesome workspace. Related Posts Who is Responsible for the Residents Experience The Urbane Underground is...
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Yelp Michigan Spam-a-Rama at the Urbane Space

Yelp Michigan recently hosted a SPAM cook-off at the Urbane Space (Spam as in the canned meat product, not the undesirable junkmail kind!) Participants brought their best SPAM-based dish; there were all kinds of neat ideas, and prizes for all participants! Just another wacky and fun event at the Urbane Space – a co-working...
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TheUrbaneWay – Gardner-White #2

The second in a series of videos for IfThisCouchCouldTalk.com Related Posts Video Marketing for Apartments: Entertain the Prospect We are fooling around with Video Marketing here at the Urbane Lab. Our latest series of videos, which are intended to poke fun at the "Beige Box" down the street are starting to gain some traction. Three...
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TheUrbaneWay Gardner White#1

Related Posts Cloud Advertising- The Next Big Thing for Digital Marketing? After reading about coud advertising and a new comany called Flite (formerly Widgetbox) I'm finally understanding what makes it cloudy. It just so happens that if you throw the word cloud in front of something that it sounds high-tech. Infact, if you are...
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gloves

Related Posts Sound Effects for the Budget Filmmaker It was David Lynch who once said that a film is 50% image and 50% sound.  This means you should be spending as much time and attention on the sound of your films as you are with  the visuals.  Of the low budget films I've seen,...
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