Can Turning Office Towers Into Apartments Save Downtowns?

· The New Yorker · D. T. Max

Urban theorists describe a phenomenon called the “doom loop”: once workers stop filling up downtown offices, the stores and restaurants that serve them close, which in turn makes the area even emptier. And who wants to work somewhere with no services?

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