Cities After the Plague

Posted On Mar 6, 2021 By Addison Wiggin

“Cities are going to have a drain for the next, say, two to five years.” says Dr. Nomi Prins. After that, though, people will realize “all the real estate values are now reasonable in these urban areas.” They’ll take advantage of the low prices, and businesses like restaurants and theaters will start to form around them again. Of course, not every former city-dweller will want to return to the hustle and bustle. They’ll stay where they are, and the businesses necessary to support them will put down roots, too. The bigger companies, therefore, will remain decentralized. And for that to work, we’ll need a robust technological infrastructure to keep everyone connected.

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