Planners rethink and reassess how the design of New York City’s High Line park could have better served the community it was constructed within and combat the inequality issues that plague the city.
Skyscraper dwellers share their stories about living in skyscrapers
How cities are revisiting communal approaches to ownership through the emergence of the modern sharing economy. These resource centers, such as car shares or tool libraries, eliminate the need for users to own items that they rarely use while building community and reducing consumption.
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