Sarah Holder, Bloomberg

Sarah Holder

Bloomberg

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Bloomberg
Past:
  • CityLab
  • Route Fifty
  • Pacific Standard

Recent articles by Sarah:

This Entrepreneur Is Betting the Future of Retail Runs on the Blockchain and Discord

Itsuki Daito is offering a web3 twist on brick-and-mortar retail: a store owned and operated by a decentralized autonomous organization. → Read More

Navigator: TikTok for Urban Planning

Welcome to today's edition of Navigator, CityLab's biweekly Saturday newsletter. → Read More

On TikTok, Teens Stuck in the Suburbs Get the Urbanist Pitch

Step aside, makeup tutorials and viral dance challenges — TikTok for urban planning has arrived. → Read More

Want to Be a Better CEO? Live Closer to the Office

Research by academics in Denmark found that chiefs who live in the vicinity of their workplace can improve the performance of their company. → Read More

Navigator: Snapshots of Life After Lockdowns

Welcome to today's edition of Navigator, CityLab's Saturday newsletter. → Read More

Local Officials Beef Up Abortion Sanctuary Cities

Cities bracing for an influx of abortion seekers are taking action to remain havens for reproductive care. But many have acknowledged their resource and legal limits. → Read More

CityLab Daily: Celebrating Juneteenth At Work

Welcome to the Thursday edition of the CityLab newsletter, focused on the changing nature of work — and the repercussions for the places and spaces we inhabit. Send your feedback and ideas to sholder6@bloomberg.net → Read More

‘Train Fanatics’ Score a Win in California Battle Over Idled Tracks

Santa Cruz voters hoping to see the return of passenger rail to the beachside city prevailed in a ballot measure to decide the fate of a recreational trail project. → Read More

CityLab Daily: Manhattan Migration

Also today: Baltimore looks to expand internet access, and ports push to automate jobs. → Read More

Nextdoor’s Quest to Beat Toxic Content and Make Money

The social media site is trying to shed its reputation for dividing neighborhoods. But what is the platform without all the awkward comments and uncomfortable politics? → Read More

Moving Back to NYC? Where People Are Coming From

New data reveals people are moving to New York City as property values and rental rates rebound in the third year of the pandemic. This is where people are coming from. → Read More

CityLab Daily: Organizing for the Right to Work From Home

Welcome to the Thursday edition of the CityLab newsletter, focused on the changing nature of work — and the repercussions for the places and spaces we inhabit. Send your feedback and ideas to sholder6@bloomberg.net → Read More

San Francisco Public Transit Wants To Win Back Riders by Featuring Writers

Short story vending machines bring a tactile reward to those who choose to ride the rails. → Read More

Navigator: A Train Trip With A Story on the Side

Welcome to today's edition of Navigator, CityLab's Saturday newsletter. → Read More

CityLab Daily: Will Architects Be The Next to Unionize?

Welcome to the Thursday edition of the CityLab newsletter, focused on the changing nature of work — and the repercussions for the places and spaces we inhabit. Send your feedback and ideas to sholder6@bloomberg.net → Read More

Counties Pledge to Break the Cycle Between Jail and Homelessness

With $20 million in MacArthur Foundation funding, four U.S. jurisdictions are exploring ways to make sure that brushes with the law don’t end up putting people on the street. → Read More

CityLab Daily: Abortion Travel Is Now an Employee Benefit

As some states have constricted abortion rights, it’s not just policy organizations and abortion funds that have filled the gap. Some employers have stepped in with a new kind of benefit: Paying travel and other costs for employees whose nearest abortion clinic is far from their home. These benefits have taken on new value with the news this week that a leaked draft Supreme Court ruling would… → Read More

CityLab Daily: Does Affordable Housing Lower Property Values?

Also today: What Ukraine’s reconstruction should look like, and the Warsaw mayor’s plea to Europe. → Read More

What Does Affordable Housing Do to Nearby Property Values?

A new Urban Institute study examined low-income housing in Alexandria, Virginia, to look for new answers to an age-old question. → Read More

CityLab Daily: When Small Businesses Own Their Real Estate

Welcome to the Thursday edition of the CityLab newsletter, focused on the changing nature of work — and the repercussions for the places and spaces we inhabit. Send your feedback and ideas to sholder6@bloomberg.net. → Read More