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The post-covid city

The Post-Covid


As our cities begin to recover from the pandemic, one of the central issues that remain is what is the lasting impact on our cities as a result of the pandemic. Will the changes we have seen in our cities be permanent? What will be the lasting impact on our cities economically?  And how will neighborhoods that make up the foundation of these cities change? Over the next year, we will work on presenting projects and ideas that strive to address the issues and concerns of the post-COVID city. We view the recovery of our cities and suburban communities as an exciting period to rethink, rebuild and rebuild our communities.

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