“The geography of pastry stores is an insightful way to analyse the real estate values of a city. The density of patisseries roughly overlaps with the most appreciated residential and commercial districts.
The question is, can one also reverse the relationship? Would the presence of a good patisserie lift the value and attractiveness of a street or neighborhood? Is there, in another words, a way to capture the value and positive externalities that patisserie brings to an area? The proof of the pudding is in the eating and the challenge is out there for a real estate developer and a pastry chef to collaborate and make it work.”
De hele studie van Kai van Hasselt is hier te lezen: Kai van Hasselt_Cake Study Amsterdam
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