Want To Make A Creative City? Build Out, Not Up

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Read Richard Florida's Piece In The Wall Street Journal, "For Creative Cities, The Sky Has Its Limit"

Urban density spurs innovation. But it turns out that some kinds of density are better than others. Richard Florida, author of The Rise of the Creative Class, Revisited, explains how going vertical can mute creativity, and spreading out can enhance it.

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