The Texas Triangle is a distinctive model for 21st century urbanism, even after the pandemic. What is it that policy leaders can learn from the success of Texas cities? Please join us as this panel discusses their recent release, The Future of Cities, and how urban areas can reshape themselves in a post-COVID-19 world.
On Thursday, April 28th, join the webinar as RCLCO and Urban Reform Institute discuss the Next American Cities, emerging cities that reflect a new kind of suburbanization.
The seeming success of compact cities and the supposed dangers of sprawl to the climate have led to pushback against sprawling, car-dominated cities. Join us as we discuss the environmental case for suburbia.
by Tory Gattis — I’ll be covering some of Houston’s land use and zoning history as well as what other cities can learn from Houston in an online event this Tuesday. Plus, what demographic trends are emerging post-pandemic?
Scott Beyer from the Market Urbanism Report, and Charles Blain and Tory Gattis from the Urban Reform Institute – A Center for Opportunity Urbanism are holding a Houston meetup 6pm this Thursday, May 13th at The Pit Room.
Join the discussion on a new policy agenda for home ownership and opportunity in our post-pandemic economy. Hosted by Urban Reform Institute, the event takes place from 11:30AM — 1:00PM CST on December 4, 2020.
Join us October 17th for a live interactive webinar on how the middle class can survive and thrive during this time of social and economic uncertainty.
Join a presentation on Kotkin and Toplanksky’s research brief —California Feudalism: A Strategy to Restore California’s Middle Class— discussing California’s inequality crisis and how to restore our state’s dream.
What is the future of real estate after Covid-19? Listen to Richard Florida, Joel Kotkin, Marshall Toplansky and other leading experts discuss where the real estate market is going.
Chapman University’s Vice President for Research, Thomas Piechota and Jennifer Waldeck, Associate Dean of Academic Programs and faculty Development, co-host the next Ask the Experts Research Town Hall on Tuesday, June 8, 2020, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm. The topic: the Future of Communication.
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