I recently followed a company that moved out of their old offices in a downtown skyscraper to their new offices in… a downtown skyscraper two blocks away. The switch will save the company $2M a year in rent and provide for significantly more flexibility as their particular needs change. The details and future implications are … Continue reading WeWork

Land Use Regulations and “Social Engineering”

All forms of land use regulation are explicitly “social engineering”. Full stop. Let’s acknowledge that reality as we move forward. The question is never whether we’ll be engaging in manipulating society through land use regulations, but how and why.   The typical pejorative reference to “social engineering” includes things like government built subsidized low income … Continue reading Land Use Regulations and “Social Engineering”