The American city was built for cars — what will happen when they all leave?

Most of what we buy — bubble gum, blouses, books, baseball — is destined to last days, weeks, maybe years. But we think of houses as investments rather than consumable goods because houses last decades or centuries. Over that time, what makes a house valuable doesn’t change much: we’ll always like plenty of square footage, views, and mostly prefer living in cities with nearby restaurants, train stations and jobs …

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