Of Arizona’s Jason Hope And The Growth Of Technology

Technology is a backbone to many things in the modern world and has remained a key to getting many problems solved. Those who have invested in acquiring better technology have been able to enjoy the many benefits that come with new and modern systems of dealing with problems.

Every specialty and business that uses technology is able to get better and achieve its goals more easily that those that have been relying on traditional methods of dealing with problems. Jason Hope is among entrepreneurs who have helped to build new technologies and methods of dealing with problems.

When he founded his company more than 10 years ago, Jason Hope was of the idea that getting the world to live free of problems could only be possible through technology that is considerate of tomorrow and developed to offer solutions for the present and the future times. He has been offering the development of internet of things, and his ideas have supported the development of many businesses from across the world. Jason Hope is a technologist whose ideas have allowed the growth of new applications and the development of better ways of dealing with challenges.

Philanthropy
As a measure to help make the world better, he has been investing in philanthropic institutions and offering support that has allowed many to benefit from projects that are designed to offer them better lives and opportunities for growth. He takes part in many campaigns that are developed to rally for support that will help to alleviate many problems like diseases and poverty among communities based in various parts of the world. Jason Hope has also been working with professionals from different companies, who have been a key pillar to getting new structures developed to help more people access basic amenities.

Take on upcoming entrepreneurs
Being a successful entrepreneur, Jason Hope has also been working on developing the careers of other entrepreneurs from across the world. He has been offering support to these entrepreneurs by allowing them to enjoy the support of successful investors, who offer financial and ideal support to allow the businesses to flourish.

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Town Residential hosts Open House at FXFOWLES’ Circa Central Park on the Upper West Side

Circa Central Park is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in the Central Park North area at the traditional boundary of the Historic district. The trusted representatives at Town Residential – knowledgeable specialists in luxury properties in Manhattan and elsewhere – will be hosting an open house at Circa Central Park at 385 110th St. on September 1st, between 5:00 pm–7:00 pm, by appointment. With offices in both Miami and New York, Town Residential Headquarters in Manhattan are 33 Irving Place, New York, NY 10003 Phone: 212.557.6500.

Rising majestically at the edge pf the Park, Circa Central Park is fronted by a one-quarter traffic circle at the very northwest corner of the Park. An 11-floor building which includes a spacious roof deck and thirty-eight individual residences. There is also a full-time doorman in attendance, and a live-in Superintendent. The amenities include parking, community recreational facilities, a gymnasium, a bike room and additional storage, and a children’s playroom. Pets will be accepted.

The architectural firm of FXFOWLES and especially the work of visionary engineer and architect Dan Kaplan, Senior Partner and design director for FXFOWLE’s Urban Studio. has been honored significantly, with accolades that recognize his unique contribution to the art and science of architecture; having received numerous awards from the American Institute of Architects, Boston Society of Architects, Architectural Review, the Chicago Athenaeum, and others; and he is still active in academia as a guest lecturer at his alma mater Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art and Planning, where his graduate students will contemplate innovative approaches to integrate “design invention with environmental performance in the building envelope.” There would seem to be ample evidence that the more Light, more open space and the more greenery, wherever feasible, the better!

Kaplan’s insight springs from his looking at a location from a historic and geographic perspective; and the prospects for integrating multiple transportation options (two of the NYC buildings were built directly over a cluster of subway stations; seven, in one case and 11 in the other), but it’s Kaplan’s aspirations to an even wider sphere of influence, in what might be considered to be a more “cosmic” view of the “big picture,” the building’s functional integration with the environment and perhaps even with the Universe beyond.

In Kaplan’s interview this week with Interior Design magazine on 30 August 2016, (available online, Jennifer Nalewicki asks Kaplan whether there is a project he’s currently working on that he’s particularly excited about:

“There’s a project called Circa Central Park. … We were able to meld our preoccupations of sustainability and great views of park, but because of the curve we had all of this westward-facing glass, so we created a series of fins that optimize the views to the park but also block out the western glare and heat. Then we took the fins and made a colorful expression. … We really tried to give honor to this very important spot in the city.”

A GLANCE INTO THE CHARITY WORKS OF DICK DEVOS

Dick Devos began his education at the Forest Hill Public school. He went on to attend the University of Northwood. Dick and his wife Betsy have been married for three Decades now. They have been blessed with one son and two Daughters; all of them are married now.
Mr. Devos began his career in 1974 working for the Amway Corporation. In 1984 he was appointed the Vice President of Amway. During his time as the Vice President, he expanded the corporation to have branches in 18 different countries. He left in 1991 for Orlando Magic Basketball Franchise. He worked there for a two and a half years as the franchise’s President. He then returned to his first company in 1993 to become its Head. He helped increase sales and profit. Dick has also won the National Sailor Championship two times. He is a professional plane aircraft and a jet pilot. He has attended both Harvard and Wharton.
Dick Devos is one of the Chairpersons of Grand Action. He is also a member of the board of several organizations like RDV Corporation, Spectrum Health System, Willow Creek Association, Thunderbird School of Global Management, the West Michigan Aviation Academy, and the Regional Air Alliance of West Michigan.
In his position as the president of Dick and Betsy DeVos Foundation, he has always donated financially to artistic, civic, religious, community, educational and economic companies all through the 90s. Some of the organizations that have benefited from the Dick and Betsy Foundation include the Helen Devos Children’s Hospital, Kids Hope USA, and the Mars Hill Bible Church among many others.
In 2010, Dick and his wife Betsy donated $22.5 million to Kennedy Center Institute of Arts Management. It was then renamed to become the Devos Institute of Arts Management at the Kennedy Center. This donation was the biggest personal donation from the Devos. Part of this donation will be devoted to reviving the terminal art groups in Michigan.
In the year 2008, the Devos family founded the Dick & Betsy Scholarship. This scholarship was meant to help new MBA, MS and MA students joining the Thunderbird School of Global Management, especially students from developing countries.
Many philanthropists have always supported the Kennedy Center. The Center was established in 1971. Among them is the Dick and Betsy Foundation. They have a hope of expanding the Kennedy Center by 2018. This campaign began back in 2013 with an aim to raise about $100 to $125 million. Due to hiccups with the legal planning firms, the expansion cost has risen to $119.5million.