The more we have the tech to work remotely, the more we all seem to be moving into our big cities to be together. So, it’s no surprise that the rent is too damn high. Or that it’s often really hard to even find a place to live. Consider Stockholm, where “the city’s queue for rent-controlled housing is so long that it’s being considered by the Guinness Book of World Records.” BBC on the city with 20-year waiting lists for rental homes.

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+ While our cities are crowded, many new residents seem to be sequestered in their full-service offices all day long. For the sake of our cities (and our sanity), maybe it’s time to go out an really do lunch.