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Last Thursday I joined Jake Kiker and Micah Widen on Perspectives, WFSU's weekly roundtable talk show

Urbn Developments

July 5 · Issue #3 · View online
A semi-regular roundup of all things urbanism, economic development, and good old-fashioned city building. Written by Lucas Lindsey.

Last Thursday I joined Jake Kiker and Micah Widen on Perspectives, WFSU’s weekly roundtable talk show. We tackled a couple topics, but focused largely at the tense intersection of equitable redevelopment, historic preservation, and localism. This conversation dominates both my thoughts and much of my work, so I had a great time finally getting some of it out of my head. You can listen to the full interview here.

A Little Something for Your Commute
Urbn News Roundup
The Economic Benefits of Walkable Neighborhoods: George Washington University Report
Tech Slowdown Threatens the American Dream
Americans are Paying More to Live in the Very Places They Once Abandoned
New York’s Sidewalks Are So Packed, Pedestrians Are Taking to the Streets - The New York Times
Seen on Social
YC Research is hiring a Cities Researcher. Dream gig for somebody equal parts futurist and urbanist.
Inclusive development must include a discussion of what works for people across all age cohorts.
We're headed to a far more playful, colorful, and arts-driven city--if we do it right, that is.
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