Life In The Post-Covid City

A once in a generation excuse to make our places better

Pedestrians and bicyclists take in the scenes of outdoor diners in Lower Manhattan. Source: AM New York

The Death of Cities has been greatly exaggerated.

Covid-19 temporarily suspended much of what makes urban life so great. Overnight, those things we enjoyed most —cross cultural connection through food & experience, nightlife & world class entertainment, serendipity in chance encounters, and general…

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