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Rethinking Post-Pandemic City Centers – Lots of Inventive Ideas

Before the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, there was reason for good cheer about the nation’s downtowns. “Walking around big cities the past few years,” a Brookings Institution report issued in May 2020 stated, “one could sense a reversal underway from the post-WWII norm. . . the downtown boom is real.” … Remote working has impacted that. But what if urban centers pivoted to become high-tech villages? …  Tulsa Remote (Oklahoma) has spawned similar efforts in other cities like Topeka, Kansas and Fayetteville, Arkansas. Tulsa Remote pays remote workers or entrepreneurs who live outside of Oklahoma $10,000 and provides them with free desk space if they move to Tulsa.  (Route Fifty) — READ MORE 

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