The peril of overcrowding, debunking mass transit fears, & more

Share this Article

Overcrowding, not density, is what appears to have created coronavirus hotspots in the city (The New York Times)

A pro-business non-profit executive says wealthy New Yorkers who fled the city "don’t want to come back" (New York Post)

Some mass transit advocates say there is little evidence connecting major coronavirus outbreaks to buses and trains (Scientific American)

Swimply, an app described as Airbnb for swimming pools, has reportedly grown by 2,000 percent during the pandemic (CNBC)

An Upper West Sider describes how she fell in love with surfing and moved to the Rockaways (The New York Times)

An interview with an author who investigated how the real estate industry discriminates against black homeownership (Vox)