June 14, 2013
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An Urbanist Wish List for New York's Next Mayor
Bill Bradley

June 14, 2013

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This City Can Help You Save for College
Neil Kleiman and Jonathan Bowles

May 3, 2013
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HUD Network to Assist Cities by Connecting them with Each Other
Matt Bevilacqua

May 2, 2013
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HUD Announces Winning Consortium to Operate the Strong Cities, Strong Communities National Resource Network
Mark Linton

February 13, 2013

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On February 13, The Atlantic and The Atlantic Cities launched Start-Up City: Miami, gathering leading entrepreneurs and tech experts from London, New York, California, Kansas City, and more at the New World Center in Miami for a day of discussions about different aspects of the city’s innovation ecosystem. In partnership with the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and in association with the Creative Class Group, the inaugural program explored the emerging models of "urban tech" taking root in cities around the world.

In recent years, Miami has seen a surge in entrepreneurship and creative ventures. After a decade of rapid growth and urbanization, much work remains to be done if Miami is to become a hub for the global creative class. What short-term and long-term strategies will do the most to attract entrepreneurs and start-ups to the city?  Featuring roundtables, panels, and interviews on tech, design, start-up incubators, audience Q&A, a networking lunch and more, this daylong program gave participants a 360-degree view of how to attract tech, talent, and innovation to the Miami community. Click here for the program agenda.

Urbanism Case Study Roundtable: The Urban Tech Shift – Lessons from New York and London
Featuring Eric van der Kleij and Neil Kleiman
Moderated by Richard Florida, Senior Editor, The Atlantic


August 27, 2012

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The Dawn of Social Innovation 3.0
Morgan Clendaniel


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