Commentary

Mapping the New Urban Crisis

Which cities have the most severe income inequality, class segregation, and unaffordable housing?

America today is beset by a New Urban Crisis. If the old urban crisis was defined by the flight of business, jobs, and the middle class to the suburbs, the New Urban Crisis is defined by the back-to-the-city movement of the affluent and the educated—accompanied by rising inequality, deepening economic segregation, and increasingly unaffordable housing.

Read the full article at The Atlantic’s CityLab

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