Next American City Launches Forefront


Next American City, the popular website and non-profit organization dedicated to connecting cities and informing the people who work to improve them has just launched a new website that delivers content on a subscription-based delivery model called Forefront: “A weekly series of long-form, in-depth articles about cities around the world. Each Monday morning…a story concerning transportation, economic development, housing, education, culture and sustainability. These big stories (about 4,000 to 7,000 words) are long enough to take a deep dive in a topic and provide you with insights on urban policy issues that we don’t think you can find anywhere else.”

For those interested in in-depth articles on the latest issues concerning the urban environment, head over to the new Next American City to subscribe.

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