November 17, 2016
- A blog post in the City Observatory examines neighborhood change and shifting community demographics as they relate to economic and racial integration.
- What a Trump administration means for real estate and other major investment sectors.
- Fifty years ago, Robert Moses, the legendary “power broker” who reshaped New York City in the mid 20th century, gave a lunchtime talk at the Joint Center for Urban Studies of MIT and Harvard. Thanks to Adam Tanaka, a 2015 Joint Center Meyer Doctoral Fellow who was doing research for his thesis on the construction of large-scale, middle-income housing in New York City, the Joint Center recently received a copy of his speech.