If we built a new city in the modern era, it would be very expensive to do it from scratch. While most cities evolve organically and do not require all of their costs in an up-front investment, we ran some back of the envelope numbers on building a new city just to see what it would cost if we did b...

One of the most widely celebrated findings of the 2010 census was the slight uptick in the population of Americans living in downtowns. The subject of many articles, this uptick paled in comparison to the widespread suburban growth figures, but after many decades of urban decline there is legitimate...

Originally published October 2013

One of the most contentious under-the-radar mayoral races heated up in Cincinnati on September 10th, with former city council representative John Cranley surging to a huge 55%-37% primary victory over previously presumed frontrunner Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls. The pri...

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