The Upside of the Mass Exodus from Cities

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Employees loved working from home even before the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to relocate their offices to their kitchen tables and basements.

Now, after a year under quarantine, office cubicles seem less attractive, and employees see remote work as the new normal—a fact that could fundamentally change America’s cities.

“Some aspects of our cities and metropolitan areas will be reshaped, depending on how long the current pandemic lasts,” University of Toronto professor and cofounder of CityLab Richard Florida recently wrote in Foreign Policy. “Fear of density, and of subways and trains in particular, plus a desire for safer,

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