work from home
An online calculator helps companies determine the broader impacts of their decisions to continue working remotely or return to the office.
With 90 percent of its usual commuters still working from home and a full return to the office highly unlikely, what will become of New York City's towering office buildings?
The New York Times
An argument for the long-term cultural and economic viability of the city, even after the pandemic.
As the pandemic continues to disrupt life in the United States, some Taiwanese Americans are rebuilding their lives abroad.
Los Angeles Times
The latest in a series of compendia collecting news and commentary focusing on the complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic's effect on communities.
Remote workers are flocking to small, amenity-rich towns in the West, changing their social and economic landscape.
High Country News
The pandemic has affected all of us in big and small ways. A park planner shares how his professional and personal lives have changed as a result of the coronavirus.
Parks & Rec Business
In the Philadelphia region, residents of wealthier neighborhoods will be more likely to work from home in the future, thus altering travel patterns and transit usage, according to a new mapping project powered by artificial intelligence (AI).
Smart Cities Dive
Carl Muhlstein discusses the recent re-closure of California businesses and the subsequent impact on the regional real estate market.
The Planning Report