The commercial real estate developer Rodrigo Niño has a problem with commercial real estate development. The immense amount of wealth it generates, he argues, falls into the hands of too few people. People like him.
Niño's sitting in the corner office of the New York headquarters of Prodigy Network, his 50-person company with offices in Miami, Buenos Aires, and his native Bogotá, Colombia. He's been developing real estate since the early 1990s, and by all appearances has made a successful go of it. But he's also an unusually reflective real estate mogul. He sees that...
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