Beyond millennials: Valuing older adults’ participation in innovation districts

Throughout the world, the spatial geography of innovation is shifting. Driven by market trends and the preferences of both firms and workers, new, distinctly urban concentrations of research-oriented anchor institutions, companies, intermediaries, cultural amenities, and retail and residential space are developing into dynamic innovation districts. These dense enclaves—found largely but not exclusively in cities—produce environments … Continue reading Beyond millennials: Valuing older adults’ participation in innovation districts