What Do Cities Need to Foster Innovation?


Replace those walls with whiteboards and we’re cooking. Photo by Mal Booth, CC-Attribution. 

Always glad that Quartz uses headlines that answer questions rather than ask them.

What Grand Forks could be: http://qz.com/166874. And I don’t mean building an “innovation district” on 42nd, or wherever the hot new real estate is. I mean using the building infrastructure we have, modernizing the electrical and network systems, and getting it to startups for cheap. Downtown springs to mind because it’s already mixed-use, but I imagine you could do the same thing in the Grand Cities Mall.

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