Re-imagining the city of the future

A century ago, as one immigrant population after another made its way to America in search of a better life, their destinations were our country’s burgeoning cities. This was where they could build their desired quality of life — they would make friends, educate their children in nearby schools and find good jobs there. Everything they needed to make their lives whole was there, beneath the steeples and spires and growing skylines…Read more:

Re-imagining the city of the future

Published in the Hartford Business Journal earlier in the week.  If you live, work or play in a city you just may get something out of this one!

Be sure to share it on Twitter, if you like it…Thanks.

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