The Post-Pandemic Future of Microcities and Redefining Urbanization

by Dominique Bonte | 1Q 2021 | IN-6048
Within cities, economic and social life is largely clustered in and around highly concentrated microcities, ranging from ports, airports, and international train stations to campuses, shopping malls, venues, and office parks. These form access points, focus areas, and hubs which collectively (a) define the city as a whole in terms of its structure and (b) function as magnets for the wider city context.

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