The national discourse is rife with forecasts of doom for big cities, as families with children have left them in droves. Still, questions about the threats and opportunities to housing markets in superstar cities remain largely unexplored.
Niskanen senior housing analyst Alex Armlovich recently argued that hybrid work and the reduced demand on transit systems present an overlooked opportunity to gradually build our way out of the housing crisis.
To better understand what to expect in housing markets evolving with remote and hybrid work, the Niskanen Center is hosting a panel discussion, “Future of Hybrid Work and the Housing Crisis: Opportunities and Threats,” on October 3rd at 2 PM ET.
The panel will include scholars who agree on the current post-covid state of American cities yet differ in their emphases and outlooks, with opening remarks from Niskanen president Ted Gayer.
Matt Yglesias, Senior Fellow, Niskanen Center
Alex Armlovich, Senior Housing Analyst, Niskanen Center
Daryl Fairweather, Chief Economist, Redfin
Adam Ozimek, Chief Economist, EIG
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