City Limits

Teams Building a Metropolis from Scratch Must Balance the Need for Commercial and Residential Benefits

The world needs new places to live. As city populations swell--and the pressure on those infrastructure systems follow suit--more project sponsors are launching ambitious initiatives to build new cities from scratch.
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