Welcome back to Campfire! In this season, we’ll be talking with thought leaders and executors on what it means to have a successful city and how to build one.
To start things off, we’re sitting down with Cabin’s own Phil Levin. First, you’ll hear about the issue at hand: Americans want to live in walkable cities, but less than 8% of them do. This leads into Phil’s discussion about Culdesac, a startup he co-founded building its first car-free community in Tempe, Arizona. Him and Jackson talk about the demand for such a neighborhood and the difficulties Culdesac has had to overcome to start building. Finally, both Phil and Jackson talk about their personal experiences with co-living and what makes a co-living experience top-notch.
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Culdesac on Twitter
Hosted by @JacksonSteger
Sound Engineering by @Prodcolin
Videos and Clips by @McdonnellCallum
Produced by @PhilippeIze