Thanks for the link Danielle. Yes, the service sector retail is part of the equation, but from an urban economic development pov, the larger issue looms when cities can't collect employment taxes (Philadelphia and San Francisco) and property values based on the lease demand/values along with infrastrcture to mass transit cast a great unknown shadow.

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