Tech Revolution


Cities large and small are embarking on economic development and urban planning initiatives related to infrastructure, employment-center locations, housing choices and amenities that specifically target recruiting, expanding and sustaining the tech workforce. Similarly, private-sector tech powerhouses are taking it upon themselves to tackle large-scale city-building initiatives through “entrepreneurial planning,” addressing broad community needs related to transportation, workforce housing and public spaces.

See my article: "Tech revolution: Cities reimagine industrial corridors as technology hubs"