[Source: Teresa Brice, Local Initiatives Service Corp., and Nancy Levinson, ASU Phoenix Urban Research Laboratory] — Author Richard Florida opines in the March issue of Atlantic Monthly that the crash of 2008 continues to reverberate loudly nationwide — destroying jobs, bankrupting businesses, and displacing homeowners. But already, it has damaged some places much more severely than others.
On the other side of the crisis, America’s economic landscape will look very different than it does today. What fate will the coming years hold for New York, Charlotte, Detroit, Las Vegas, Phoenix? Will the suburbs be ineffably changed? Which cities and regions can come back strong? And which will never come back at all? Click here to read the full article.