Prodigy Network Crowdfunds and Crowdsources Design for New 17 John “Cotel” in Downtown New York City
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These days you can crowdfund pretty much anything, from flying bikes, to glowing plants, and a headset that lets your dog talk - so why not a building? That's precisely the idea behind Prodigy Network, a crowdfunding company that has launched the world's first
These days you can crowdfund pretty much anything, from flying bikes, to glowing plants, and a headset that lets your dog talk – so why not a building? That’s precisely the idea behind Prodigy Network, a crowdfunding company that has launched the world’s first crowdsourcing platform for real estate development, architecture and urban planning. Rodrigo Nino founded Prodigy Network with the goal of democratizing real estate investing, and the organization just announced plans to crowdsource an innovative hotel in New York City’s financial district. The 17 John “Cotel” will tap into the crowd for investment and design to improve and evolve the form and function of the modern business hotel. Read on to learn more about this exciting new venture and the future of crowdfunded architecture.
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