The coronavirus pandemic and the resulting push to move employees to remote work has changed the way millions do life and work in the United States. And now these changes are influencing where people live as much as how they live. Obscene residential and commercial real-estate costs combined with burgeoning technology that is reinventing human interaction are rendering American cities obsolete.
Many millennials and young families are leaving urban centers like New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area for the suburbs and smaller outposts. Thirty-nine percent of respondents to an April Harris Poll study said they