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What If All US Metros Followed the NY PAUSE Strategy?

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The C.D.C. strongly advises reducing population density, in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 and allow our healthcare system the time to take this issue on successfully. We...

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Top U.S. Cities for Women Working in STEM

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Washington D.C. landed fourth, with a total score of 55.7 points. D.C. boasts an impressively diverse economy, in which 12% of jobs are in STEM occupations. 42% of these jobs are...

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Top 50 US Cities Ranked by Progress of Urban Sustainability

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Washington D.C. is the greenest lantern in the land, maintaining its high standards and urban development policies geared toward sustainability. New York City’s high...

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Rust Belt Cities Ranked: The Most Successful Comeback Stories

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In 2016, Antoine van Agtmael and Fred Bakker, authors of “The Smartest Places on Earth: Why Rustbelts are the Emerging Hotspots of Global Innovation,” commented on the current...

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Are You Living in One of the Cities Where Commuting Time Increased the Most or Least?

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If you live and work in the U.S., you likely have some form of commute to work. Whether you take the train or go by car, bus or subway – or all of the above – commuting takes...

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Study: What to Do with All the Vacant Land in Major US CBDs?

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Ultimately, a city’s fate depends on the type of vacant land it has at its disposal, the strength of the local economy, and the policies the city enacts. A comprehensive...

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20+ Reasons Not to Buy a $91M Sky-High Manhattan Condo

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  The “14th Annual Curbed Awards” kicked off this year with a list of the most expensive homes sold in New York in 2017.  Manhattan’s new slender skyline icon, 432...

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