It’s too soon to know what downtown cities will look like after the coronavirus pandemic. What we do know is that no business will be spared. Both small mom and pops and big retailers will have to shut their doors and move away from dense city centers. That could mean landowners, consumers and retailers will have to work together to imagine the new iteration of the American city.
- Plus, the more we learn about kids and the coronavirus, the riskier it seems to resume in-person schools.
- And, the 2020 presidential election won’t like anything we’ve ever seen.
Guests: Axios’ Dion Rabouin, Caitlin Owens, and Sara Goo.