February 2, 2022

Cities Are Not Dead

As the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated so many trends, one story that dominated the headlines was a mass exodus from dense, urban areas to more spacious settings. To be sure, urban for-sale and rental housing markets softened in 2020. Urban apartment vacancies rose considerably, especially in the densest markets, such as Manhattan, San Francisco and Washington D.C. But what difference a year makes!

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