Columns & Blogs








  • Why Don't More Cities Sell Air Rights?
  • Vertically inclined cities could make a lot of money allowing private developers to build high-rise apartments or business spaces above libraries, city halls and schools.






  • Goodbye Gayborhood?
  • As gay Americans gained more acceptance and integrated themselves throughout cities over the past decade, a sociologist argues they've also lost some of their community and history.



Events & Webinars


  • City as a System: The Unseen Infrastructure That Can Make or Break Smart Cities
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  • At FutureStructure we believe that cities will be the proving ground for innovative infrastructure development. By 2050 more than 70 percent of the global population will live in cities. This will mark a fundamental shift in human civilization. It also means it is critical for city and regional governments to invest now in sustainability and resiliency. Doing that means taking a hard look at our cities’ water, waste and energy systems.



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