Most Americans don’t live in multi-family housing and the supply of single family houses is not keeping up with demand. Yet housing policy solutions always seem to steer back to multi-family.
Retail in 2020: The Big Shift
Total retail sales in 2020 were down about 2 percent from what we might have expected in the absence of the pandemic. Within the overall retailing category, however, there were major shifts.
Paying For Their Ride
Vanpools are the most cost effective and energy efficient of the major forms of public transit.
Old–But Not That Old
The first of the Baby Boomers turn 75 years old this year. As they have done with every stage of their lives, the Boomers will have an impact on economic geography as they enter the 75-plus age group.
Washington: Productivity Good, Employment Not So Good
In the newly released figures on GDP by state for the second quarter Washington got better news than nearly every other state. Washington is the third most productive state in the nation, after New York and Massachusetts