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Not much different than today, except that people will be thinking of the present day as "the good old days"
I'm with Ronald Gombach. It'll either be a little better than it is now, or the entire country will look like detroit with the murder rate of chicago. Poor chicago, they may lose the title of "highest murder rate in the nation."
Instead of stores there will be great big Amazon storage lockers.
La Crosse, WI
I don't think anyone will notice, they'll all be staring at their virtual reality phones in 3-D.
La Crosse, WI
I think it'll look pretty cool! Looking forward to new modes of transportation - beam me up!
About the same as today.
A city where water is worth more than gold or platinum.
I have no idea.
I think that any of my guesses would probably be wrong.
Cleaner, safer, less smog, smarter people, more multi-level parking lots, less banks, more diversity, less conservative, more accountability.
Hopefully without dirty corrupt politicians and people in it.
Ask Zillow, they seem to have all the answers!
More walkable, more connected sans wires, more convenient user-friendly mass transit, and probably a smaller average size for SFHs/condos/apartments.
More young people will be living in the cities.
I have no idea. There will be lots more mass transit.
I kind of think the city of tomorrow will look a lot like today. One year the buyers abandon the suburbs to revitalize the city. The they don't like what's happening in the city, so they move out to the suburbs. Cities will just get more spread out
It will still look screwed up
we will not have cars but thinks that fly to out areas.
Just like the skypad apartments
These come to mind!
Hopefully not like Damascus does now !
A little more advanced than the city of today
Pretty much like the City of today.