America's love affair with the car extends back more than a century. For me, the romance blossomed early. Growing up, my father owned a used-car wholesale business on Jerome Avenue in the Bronx, a fly ball away from the old Yankee Stadium. I saw how much my dad loved his work, and how happy his clients and customers were with the way he conducted his business. My first ride was a 1979 midnight blue Pontiac Trans Am, and it was a beauty. From there I was hooked on American muscle.
The Automotive Revolution and Its Impact on Commercial Real Estate
The increasing complexity of cars and growing number of parts suppliers has created an intricate supply chain that must perform like a well-orchestrated symphony.