Living for the City: The Creative Class and What Remote Work Means for the Future of Cities
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What will the future city look like? Who will live and work there? Urbanist Richard Florida and CBRE’s Global Chief Economist Richard Barkham join Spencer Levy to answer these and other compelling topics in a wide-ranging discussion on CBDs and the suburbs, remote work and the creative class.
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