"Building Fast and Slow: The Empire State Building and the World Trade Center (Part I)"

Construction Physics | November 23, 2022

The Empire State Building was completed in 1931. At a height of 1250 feet [0], it was the world’s tallest building, exceeding the recently completed Chrysler building by 202 feet.


"San Francisco died so the Bay Area could thrive:"

Fortune | November 9, 2022

What the 10 fastest-growing metro areas reveal about the world of remote work

The San Francisco Bay Area claimed the number one position on the list with 4.8% growth in 2022, driven by technology, innovation, and startup growth.


"How the suburbs are subsidized"

Brandon Donnelly | November 9, 2022

This is an excellent video that I would encourage all of you to watch. It provides a visual look at city finances and explains how car-dependent suburbs are usually heavily subsidized by productive urban places.


"Panoramic Interests Plans to Bring 239 Units of Housing to Berkeley"

The Registry | November 8, 2022

San Francisco-based Panoramic Interests could be adding another new development to the housing market in downtown Berkeley in the near future.