Alex Armlovich discusses the issues surrounding growth and preservation in megacities. He outlines good examples of preserving culture, history, and environment, while dealing with the challenges posed by a megacities needs for growth and development. He further outlines the impact of gentrification on megacity diversity.
Alex Armlovich is a fellow in state and local policy at the Manhattan Institute. Armlovich’s work is rooted in applied economics, focused on the use of market-oriented housing, transportation, and fiscal policy to improve urban quality of life. His work and commentary have appeared in New York Daily News, The Atlantic, Politico, The New York Times, and Los Angeles Daily News, among others.